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ANNUAL OF EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 



Nautilus 



WOLLASTON, MASSACHUSETTS 




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foreword 







Victory in 1944! The cry that breaks out from every heart 
throughout the Allied nations; the hope that is breathed by count- 
less thousands now under the yoke of totalitarian doctrine. Like a 
spark growing into an uncontrollable fire, the anticipation of victory 
has leaped from person to person until now it is intense and world- 
wide. 

Although we at Eastern Nazarene College are earnestly 
praying for an Allied victory and are participating in the war effort, 
we believe the words of the Scriptures: "Not by might, nor by 
power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts." For us, a true vic- 
tory can be won only through the cross of Jesus Christ. "In hoc 
signo vinces.' 

This has been a victorious year for the college. We 
have seen evidences of progress which would have been impossible 
without the power of God and the consecrated lives of our leaders. 
In retrospect we praise God for His guidance and blessing,- in pros- 
pect we place our complete confidence in Him for a triumphant 
future. 

And from the depths of our hearts we say, "But thanks 
be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus 
Christ." 



in this Volume 



Administration and Faculty 

Classes 

Activities 

Features 

Our Advertisers 



To him whose life is a testimony to the power of God 
to bless with victory those who wait upon Him,- whose sympa- 
thetic understanding and complete reliance on God have made him 
a sound adviser, gracious friend, and Christian gentleman,- whose 
recognition and respect in the scientific and educational world have 
given prestige to E. N. C.,- whose fertile mind and untiring labor 
have been the human means through which God has worked; whose 
prayer that he may make a contribution to his generation has been 
answered in this year of victory for Eastern Nazarene College,- — 
to Dr. James Houston Shrader, we sincerely dedicate the "Nautilus" 
of 1944. 



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To live is to grow. For a quarter of a century Eastern 
Nazarene College has lived and grown in Wollaston. With each 
passing year there has been some new development. 

Perhaps no year has witnessed so much in the way of 
notable achievement as this one. Enrollment has reached its highest, 
the gymnasium has been improved, and the valuable Willow Street 
property has been acquired. In December, E. N. C. was elected 
to membership in the New England Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools, and in January to membership in the Association 
of American Colleges. We have enjoyed a gracious tide of 
spiritual blessing throughout the year. In May we shall graduate 
the largest class in the history of the college, and on the same day 
the mortgage on the college property will be burned. Thus, the 
college will have achieved full scholastic recognition and complete 
financial security. 

This is the greatest year so far, but there are greater 
ones in the future. New buildings must be erected, the scope of 
our curriculum must be broadened, and its quality enriched. Larger 
visions of service to the church and the world must be born within 
our souls. 

For all the accomplishments of the past we give praise 
to God our Father, but our gratitude can adequately be expressed 
only as we dedicate ourselves to the task before us. Let us de- 
termine that to the ideals and faith of the founders of Eastern Nazarene 
College we shall be true, that with increased material prosperity 
we shall not lose the vision of things unseen and eternal. Let us 
highly resolve that with our victorious growth and development, 
many shall feel the impact of lives fully consecrated, adequately 
trained, and mightily indued with God's spirit. 



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REV. JOHN GOULD 



Rugged integrity in a kindly shepherd's heart, strong 
convictions with an intense yearning for the souls of men, 
a definite experience of entire sanctification lived out in 
a life of practical holiness, — this is the sterling character of 
Rev. John Gould. During the four years in which he was 
business manager of Eastern Nazarene College, he demon- 
strated that "the effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man 
availeth much." As senior trustee his calm wisdom and 
sound counsel guided the college in its victorious progress. 
Throughout his twenty-four years of service his heart never 
departed from Fastern Nazarene College. 




In memory of a servant of God who was also a 
servant of mankind. Rev. Daniel E. Higgs, in his role of 
Superintendent of the Washington-Philadelphia District 
and member of the Board of Trustees, used his powerful 
influence to support, both directly and indirectly, Eastern 
Nazarene College. Besides his outstanding eloquence in 
preaching, his ability to persuade others to accept responsi- 
bility was one of the reasons for his success. Devoted to 
the high ideals of Christian experience and conduct, he had 
a compassionate spirit toward all men. Eastern Nazarene 
College pays tribute to a triumphant life, but as with all 
true victors, Rev. D. E. Higgs' earnest reply rings back, 
"To God goes all the glory." 



REV. DANIEL E. HIGGS 



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MRS. OLIVE M. GOULD 




By his side stood his wife, Mrs. Olive M. Gould. 
Completely devoted to the will of God and consecrated 
to His work, she literally burned out her life in service to 
her Master. E. N. C. knew her as the poised efficient 
Dean of Women, as the energetic missionary leader, and 
as the zealous interceder in prayer. 

The forward vision of these two saints lives after 
them in victory already realized and confidence in the 
future. "More than conquerors" themselves, they are an 
undying inspiration to those that follow. 



Memo riant 



Administration 



AND FACULTY 



. . . they have guided us 



Board of 
Trustees 




Rev. O. L. Benedum, Chairman 



NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 

Rev. Ira Akers 




E. A. Peffer 



E. S. Carman 



Rev. A. M. Babcock 




Rev. P. F. Heinlein 



Rev. Charles Smith 



Maurice R. Emery 



Rev. John Z. Andree 




Rev. E. E. Grosse 



Rev. C. E. Keyes 



Rev. F. D. Ketner 



Warren Lahue 




Rev. W. S. MacPherson Rev. J. N. Nielson 



E. H. Kauffman 



Leonard Spangenberg 




Rev. L. E. Eckley 



Rev. R. W. Visscher 



Rev. R. F. Woods Rev. H. V. Muxworthy 




FRESIDENT G. B. WILLIAMSON, A.B., D.D. 

Perceives his trust and keeps faith with it 



. . . capable 
first always . 
forward.'' 



leadership . . . puts first things 
. . "One who marches breast 



BERTHA MUNRO, A.M. 

Dean of College; Literature 

Inspiring teacher and guide . . 
literature live . . . true humility . . . 
personality entirely consecrated . . . 
deur of soul — a touching of the star 



EDWARD S. MANN, A.M. 

Assistant to the President 

One who accomplishes projects . . . 
gentle courtesy in voice and manner . . . de- 
termined . . . participates in student fun 
. . . diplomatic arranger . . . avid interest 
in sports . . . sparkling toastmaster. 



JAMES H. SHRADER, A.M., Ph.D. 

Chemistry 

"Sees life clearly and sees it whole" . . . 
sociable ... a practical visionary . . . cordial 
... his "high endeavors are an inward 
light." 





SAMUEL YOUNG, A.M. 

Theology 

Stands true to the vision of Christ . . . 
ready sympathy and understanding of student 
problems . . . triumphant spirit of his "Rivers" 
chorus. 



FRED J. SHIELDS, A.M., Ed.M., D.D. 

Psychology,- Sociology 

Enthusiasm . . . unexpected sallies in the 
classroom . . . "This is worth fifty dollars to 
you!" . . . unfailing trust in God . . . pursuer 
of the best in each day's store. 





RALPH EARLE, JR., B.D., A.M., Th.D. 

Biblical Literature 

Earnest student of the Scriptures . . . quiet 
chuckle . . . foresight ... an enterprising 
pastor . . . "He taught, but first he followed 
it himself." 



ALBERT F. HARPER, A.M., Ph.D. 

Philosophy 

Student and teacher of philosophy . . . 
boyish smile . . . competent . . . approaches 
difficult subjects with tact . . . "And gladly 
would he learn and gladly teach." 





VERNON T. GROVES, A.M., Ph.D. 

Education 

Conscientious . . . methodical . . . dry 
humor . . . meticulous . . . good host and 
excellent conversationalist . . . keen analyst 
of character . . . "And al was conscience 
and tendre herte." 



MARY HARRIS, A.M. 

French; Spanish 

Soft-spoken voice of the South . . . gentle 
. . . intense . . . sense of life's true values 
. . . gallant striving for completeness in 
living. 



EDITH F. COVE, M.Music 

Piano,- Theory of Music 

Quick of speech and action . . . curiosity 
. . . naivete . . . love of the out-of-doors 
. . . joy in Christian living . . . fountain of 
youth." 



ALICE SPANGENBERG, A.M. 

English 

Well-rounded life . . . varied hobbies . . . 
consistent . . . unruffled exterior . . . un- 
plumbed depths . . . sportsmanship . . . our 
war correspondent . . . expresses herself 
in the harmonies of the organ. 





KENT GOODNOW, A.M. 

Classical Languages; German 

Characteristic nod of approval in 
chapel . . . contemplative . . . ironic wit 
... a railroad enthusiast . . . appreciative . . . 
tolerant and fair-minded . . . wholesome atti- 
tudes . . . thorough scholar. 



EDITH GOODNOW, A.M. 

English Literature 

Sensible, but indulges in refreshing flights 
of fancv . . . clear outlines . . . heart-felt 



concern for missionary work 
her heart. 



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AUDREY J. WILLIAMSON, A.M. 
Speech; Orchestra 



High ideals and strong convictions ... in- 
spirational life . . . responsive . . . vital 
. . . indefatigable . . . helps the individual to 
realize himself . . . mistress of the baton. 



J. VERNER BABCOCK, A.M. 
Biology 

Progressive teacher . . 
. . . deft artistic touch 
in student projects . . . 



sensitive to beauty 

. . genuine interest 

"Let Nature be your 



teacher' 



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chet par excellence. 





MERVEL P. LUNN, A.M. 

History 



Challenge to see history as life . . . class- 
room jokes . . . "I'm from Missouri — show 
me!" . . . wealth of experience to relate 
. . . impressive chapel talks. 



JASPER R. NAYLOR, B.S., A.M. 

Dean of Men; Mathematics 

Breath and tang of old Oklahoma . . . 
quick, hearty voice . . . looks for essential 
good in human nature . . . reserved, , . . 
practical Christianity. 



DUNCAN E. MacDONALD, S.B., A.M. 

Physics 

Unusual classes . . . charm of smile and man- 
ner . . . gracious . . . diversified interests 
. . . Scotch eyes and humor . . . versatile 
. . . singer. . . . 



ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON 

Dean of Women,- Voice 

"God set a song upon my lips." . . . tender- 
hearted . . . skilful with the needle . . . 
understanding . . . motherly concern for 
spiritual welfare of students. 





MADELINE N. NEASE, A.B. 

Registrar 

A striver and seeker . . . accuracy . . . 
record files . . . steadfast Christian testi- 
mony . . . reliable worker . . . Rock of 
Gibraltar faith . . . noted for steak dinners. 



EVANGELOS SOTERIADES, A.M. 

Accommodating . . . bookstore notices . . . 
genial smile . . . resolute in fulfillment of 
duty . . . "His mind was keen, intense and 
frugal, apt for all affairs." 



KATHERINE ANGELL, A.B. 

Secretary to the President 

Mischievous eyes . . . eager . . . spontan- 
eous . . . friendliness and ease of manner 
. . . one who lives life to the full . . . "Like 
joy, majestic, equable, sedate." 




JUNE R. BECKWITH, A.B. 

Piano 

Serenity . . . girl's sweet laughter . . . 
fragrance of hyacinths . . . wants Life's 
best . . . "music-maker and dreamer of 
dreams." 





J. LYAL CALHOUN, A.B. 

Academy Principal; History; Social Science 

Famous smile and ready retort . . . com- 
manding . . . firm . . . purposeful . . . friendly 
candor . . . sees responsibilities that accom- 
pany the ideal of the Christian life. 



DELLA BOGGS, A.B. 

Academy English 

Mischievous eyes 
clear perspective 
small things . . . 
missionary call . . 



. . . "Aunt Delia" . . . 

. . faithfulness in even 
ready response to the 

living for others. . . . 



ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN, A.B. 
Academy French; Latin 



"She comes with laughter 
mischief . . . keeps an 
spirit" . 



. . . sunshine and 
even pulse and 
iquid chime of the carillon. 



MURIEL PAYNE, A.B. 

Academy Mathematics; Piano 

Patience and understanding . . . well in- 
tegrated life . . . graciousness at all times 
... art of pleasing without effort. . . . 





LOUISE DYGOSKI, A.B. 

Bookkeeper; Speech 

Gentle and dignified . . . dainty as Dresden 
china . . . delight and zest in living . . . 
"two noblest of things, sweetness and 
light." 



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GRADUATES 




LYAL CALHOUN 



Attempting to find not only a greater 
knowledge of theological reasoning and 
background, but also a clearer vision of 
the work that is needed for the salvation of 
the souls of men, the graduate students 
chose to remain at Eastern Nazarene Col- 
lege for another year, studying for their 
Bachelor of Theology degree. In their 
double role of student and preacher they 
have found a deeper insight into the 
problems of pastor and layman. 








CARL HANKS 



Almost every Sunday finds Lyal Cal- 
houn and Ronald Sabine in various Boston 
and Quincy churches, preaching the full 
gospel of Jesus Christ. Carl Hanks has 
traveled rather extensively during the year 
with the King's Men, and Robert Nielson 
accepted the duties of pastor at the Brock- 
ton Church of the Nazarene. John Parry, 
who left school in the fall to become a 
full-time pastor, was president of the 
graduates, and Carl Hanks represented 
them on the Student Council. 




ROBERT NIELSON 




RONALD SABINE 



IN THEOLOGY 




L^ftto right: Jessie McCulIough, Secretary; Kenneth Pears- 
all, President; Ruth Anderson, Vice President; Alexander 
Wachtel, Chaplain; George Delp, Treasurer 



Seniors 



Most strongly united of all graduating classes . . . high 
percentage of married men . . . exceptional leadership quality 
. . . dignity and seriousness . . . creative . . . huge capacity 
for shared fun . . . enthusiasm . . . constructive and purposeful 
. . . excelling in many fields . . . warm comradeship felt among 
all its members . . . influential in the E. N. C. scene . . . pro- 
nounced intellectuality . . . consecrated Christians. 



RUTH ANDERSON 

B.S. Education 

"Nautilus" 1; "Campus Camera" '}-, 
"Greenbook" '\- l A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 
4, president 4; Class vice-president 2, 3, 4,- 
Gamma vice-president 3/ "N" Club 2, 3, 4, 
vice-president 3; Gamma basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4/ House Council 2; Literature Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Student Council vice-president 4. 

Competent . . . eager to please . . . 
sincere . . . capable manager of people and 
affairs . . . efficient, industrious . . . con- 
scientious . . . pleasing pedagogue . . . 
"Mademoiselle" . . . domestic . . . most 
frequently heard alto on campus . . . dis- 
arming modesty . . . wholesome . . . earnest 
. . . ping-pong champ and basketball star . . . 
honest Christian. 





HELEN CASSIDY 

A.B. History 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3,- Lit- 
erature Club 3,- Historical Society 4. 



"Perpetuum 
heartily at Cassidy . 
. . . friendly to all 
where . . . cheerful 



mobile" . . . laughs 
. . co-operative classmate 
. . . enjoys herself any- 
. . . respected and indus- 
trious worker . . . sparkling eyes and flashing 
grin . . . diversified interests . . . eyebrow 
talker . . . thirst for learning . . . voluble . . . 
steady Christian enthusiasm. 



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MARGUERITE CHERDRON 

A.B. Psychology 

"Campus Camera" 3; Psychology Club 
3, 4, president A; Gamma basketball 3, 4. 

Restful . . . portrait of tranquillity . . . 
spontaneous . . . sanguine temperament . . . 
leadership ability . . . slow to speak . . . ath- 
letic . . . keen understanding of human na- 
"bashful" . . . generous . . . warm- 
. . highly developed sense of jus- 
cosmopolitan . . . wholesome . . . 
. . honest . . . refreshing humor . . . 



ture . . . 
hearted 
tice . . 



original 



lagnanimous, steadfast Christian. 



CLIFFORD CHURCH 

A.B. Philosophy 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3; Orch- 
estra 1, 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 2, 3; Litera- 
ture Club 2, 3; Beta president 3; Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4; Student Council 
4; College Missionary Society president 4. 

Mystic . . . impatient to be off . . . 
musical and dramatic ability . . . sympathetic 
. . . picks his friends . . . enthusiastic and ex- 
pressive . . . conservative . . . wide-eyed . . . 
magnetic personality . . . collegiate . . . inter- 
ested in people . . . "fire in his eye, and papers 
in his hand" . . . passionately spiritual. 




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RUTH CLARK 

A.B. History 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2; Educa- 
tion Club 1, 2; Historical Society 2, 3, 4, 
vice-president 3, president 4. 

Scholarly historian . . . surprising come- 
back . . . interested friendliness . . . refreshing 
ideas . . . practical . . . appearance of casual- 
ness . . . quick sense of humor . . . reserve 
. . . inquiring mind . . . Southern Ohio drawl 
. . . highly developed sense of loyalty . . . 
strong likes and dislikes . . . definite goals 
in life. 





WILLIAM COLE 

A.B. Biology 

"Nautilus" 1, 3, 4 ; Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4, treasurer 4/ Science 
Club 2, 3; Philosophical Society treasurer 4 

Beloved bibliophile . . . devoted to 
self-improvement for Christ . . . musical and 
artistic . . . Cardboard cuckoo . . . dreamy 
sensitivity . . . intellectual, but afraid to reveal 
all . . . confirmed blusher . . . intense love of 
beauty . . . gently considerate . . . doer of 
good deeds . . . plucky . . . an E. N. C. in- 
stitution. 



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ALEXANDER CUBIE 

A.B. Literature 

Student Ministerial Association 3, 4; 
Gamma treasurer 3,- Gamma football, basket- 
ball, baseball. 

Distinguished Cubie features . . . zest 
. . . skilful debater . . . hardworking . . . easy- 
going . . . fire . . . tolerant . . . eager to 
please . . . extremely likeable . . . kindly 
humor . . . polished manners . . . fresh sim- 
plicity . . . aesthetic appreciation . . . rugged 
. . . determined fighter in basketball . . . 
"down at the Yard, preaching to the sea- 
gulls." 



CATHERINE DE CASSIO 

A.B. Literature 

"Campus Camera" 2, 3, 4,- "Green- 
book" 1; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3 ; - 
Education Club 1 ,• Literature Club 2, 3, 4. 

Effervescent . . . Latin volubility and 
warmth . . . verve and abandon . . . reliable 
. . . conscientious student . . . kind . . . Lady 
Bountiful to even the slightest acquaintance 
. . . nimble fingers and quick feet . . . deeply 
responsive . . . characteristic lovableness . . . 
"tender comrade" . . . fluidity of speech 
. . . the beauty and humility of sincere Chris- 
tianity. 




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GEORGE DELP 

A.B. Philosophy, Theology 

Honor Society 2, 3, 4, president 3, 4,- 
"Who's Who" 4; Class treasurer 2, 4; "Camp- 
us Camera" 1 , 2; "Greenbook" assistant 
editor 1/ Evangelistic Association 1, 2,- Stu- 
dent Ministerial Association 3,- Literature 
Club 3, 4, treasurer 4. 

Pennsylvania Dutch humor . . . com- 
prehensive intellectual faculty . . . practical 
... in love with orderliness and detail . . . 
expressive hands . . . mile-long repertoire of 
jokes . . . surprising tenor . . . sturdy . . . 
thorough tutor and scholar . . . jovial . . . 
democratic . . . likes bright colors and food 
... "a helping hand." 





LOIS EMERY 

A.B. Literature 

Literature Club 2, 3, 4, president 4 
Music Club 1,- "Greenbook" editor 1 
Honor Society 2, 3, A; "Who's Who" 3 
"Nautilus" editor 3; "Campus Camera" 2 
"N" Club 3, A; Gamma vice-president 2 
Gamma basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Graciousness 
ticality with idealism . 
. . . gifted, versatile 
tion . . . thorough . . 
socially aggressive . 



prac- 



. . combines 
scholarly intelligence 
. . aesthetic apprecia- 
executive ability . . . 
. naivete and maturity 
. . . industrious . . . intense . . . unaffected . . . 
charitable . . . efficient . . . equal ease on 
basketball floor, in class, on platform . . . 
deeply spiritual. 



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J. DONALD FREESE 

A.B. Literature 

Honor Society 3 ; "Who's Who" A, 
"Nautilus" 2, business manager 4/ Evangelis- 
tic Association 1, 2, 3, A, president 3; Stu- 
dent Ministerial Association 3, 4; A Cappella 
Choir 1, 2, 3/ Men's Chorus 2; Quartet 3, 4/ 
Orchestra 3; Literature Club 2, 3, 4,- Gamma,- 
chaplain 3,- Gamma football, basketball 4. 

Commanding personality . . . Viking 
. . . jocose coiner of words and phrases . . . 
ponderous but effective speaker . . . forth- 
right and expressive . . . determination . . . 
philosophical interpretation of literature . . . 
singer, orator, athlete, executive . . . kindly 
... an incorrigible tease . . . wholly conse- 
crated to Christ and His work. 



EVELYN HEINLEIN 

A.B. Literature 

"Campus Camera" 1,- "Nautilus" 3, 4; 
A Cappella Choir 3, A; Historical Society 2,- 
Literature Club 3,- Speech Club 4. 

"I love my rooster" . . . dimples . . . 
realist . . . keen-minded . . . subtle humor . . . 
literary and musical talents . . . sportsmanship 
. . . constant . . . interesting small talk . . . 
utterly candid . . . unaffected . . . fun-loving 
. . . capable . . . nonchalant . . . deeply sensi- 
tive . . constructively critical . . . strong- 
willed . . . tolerant . . . hearty . . . "tried and 
true." 




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C. WESTON JONES 

A.B. History 

Student Council 1 , 2, 3; College 
Missionary Society president 2, 3; Historical 
Society president 2; House Council 2, 3; 
"N" Club 3, 4; Gamma baseball, football 
1,2,3,4. 

The unmistakeable Jones stamp of 
courtesy and modesty . . . candor and fervency 
. . . unpretentious . . . penetrating ideas . . . 
gentle, soft-spoken . . . intense, thoughtful 
. . . memorable Washington's Birthday ad- 
dress . . . sincerity . . . thoughtful kindness 
. . . never neglects to do or acknowledge a 
favor . . . thoroughly Christlike. 






IRVING JONES 

A.B. Speech 

Student Council 2; Freshman class 
chaplain,- "Nautilus'' business manager 3; 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4,- Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4,- Speech Club 
2, 3, 4, president 3,- Historical Society 1,- 
Beta president 2,- Beta baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,- 
Beta football 1, 2, 4 ; Beta basketball 4. 

"That nice Jones boy'' . . . sincere 
. . . modest . . . obliging and congenial . . . 
quiet snicker . . . athletic . . . gift for droll 
humor . . . conscientious . . constantly on the 
lookout for the best interests of everyone 
else . . . ever-cheerful and optimistic . . . 
resonant voice . . . "Casey at the Bat' . . . 
genuine Christianity. 



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MARY JANE KEFFER 

A.B. Psychology 

Evangelistic Association 1; House 
Council 4/ Psychology Club 4. 

Likeable . . . womanly . . . "true blue" 
. . . "Big Chief Boggadella" . . . sociability 
. . . domestic . . . unassuming . . . decided 
opinions . . . persevering . . . hardworking 
. . . steadfast . . . clever fingers . . . serious 
demeanor belies intense feelings . . . "still 
waters" . . . co-operative . . . memorable eye- 
brows . . . sudden laughter . . . prosaic . . . 
quiet and purposeful Christian living. 



IRMA KOFFEL 

A.B. Biblical Literature 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4,- 
College Missionary Society, member-at- 
large 2, vice-president 4,- Orchestra 3,- A 
Cappella Choir 3; Philosophical Society 2, 3, 
4; "N" Club 2, 3, 4; Gamma basketball 
1,2,3,4. 

Independent and aggressive . . . 
chuckle and bounce . . . warm-hearted . . . 
down to earth . . . tricky basketball star . . . 
rich and appealing voice . . . nothing if not 
frank . . . scientific interests . . . unruffled 
nurse . . . exceptionally effective speaker 
. . . jolly companion . . . enthusiasm and en- 
ergy . . . earnest determination . . . spirited 
debater . . . Christ-centered life. 




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MERRILL LADD 

A.B. Philosophy 

Student Ministerial Association 4; 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2; Orchestra 1; 
Philosophical Society 2, 3, 4, vice-president 
4; Beta basketball 3, 4. 

Laconic "Green Mountain boy" . . . 
persistent . . . philosophical curiosity . . . 
provocative speaker . . . interesting voice 
. . . "handyman" . . . takes life seriously . . . 
"how to overcome shyness in ten easy les- 
sons" . . . trustworthy and industrious . . . 
usually imperturbable . . . co-operative and 
helpful . . . thoroughly masculine . . . vital 
and practical Christian. 





ROBERT LAWRENCE 

Biology 

"Greenbook" 1; "Nautilus" 3, 4; 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3/ Science 
Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 4; Beta vice- 
president 3, president A; Beta basketball 2, 3; 
Beta football 4. 

Creative . . . the scientific mind . . . 
persevering . . . enterprising . . . droll wit 
. . . versatility in the arts and in athletics . . . 
winter sports champion . . . conscientious 
. . . orderly . . . sometimes an opportunist . . . 
reliable . . . genuine . . . diplomat . . . quietly 
efficient . . . unassuming . . . impression of 
ease . . . refreshing . . . hidden potentialities. 



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ALFRED MASON 

A.B. Psychology 

"Campus Camera" business manager 3/ 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4; Evange- 
listic Association 1, 2, 3, 4,- Psychology Club 
3, 4, president 4; House Council 3, 4/ Beta 
football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; All-Star football 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Tough and tender . . . long range point 
of view . . . linesman on the squad . . . defense 
of the underdog . . . "Nope, my mind's made 
up" . . . whale-of-a-laugh . . . potential Baron 
Munchausen . . . ardent debater . . . big- 
hearted . . . minister to the sick and needy. 



ROBERT MAYBURY 

B.S. Chemistry 

Honor Society 2; "Who's Who" 4; 
"Campus Camera" 1, 2, 3, associate editor 3,- 
"Greenbook" 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,- Men's 
Chorus 2; Quartet 2 ; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
president 3; Gamma president 4. 

"A trumpeter who pulls notes, like 
taffy, into a thin sweet thread of music" . . . 
absent-minded on occasion . . . obliging . . . 
extraordinary powers of concentration . . . 
artistic ... an organizer . . . springy walk 
. . . mischievous smile . . . man of science . . . 
clipped speech . . . "Song of India." 




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ERNEST MOORE 

A.B. History 

Evangelistic Association 4; Student 
Ministerial Association 4/ A Cappella Choir 
4/ Historical Society 4/ Gamma football 4; 
transfer from Bethany-Peniel College. 

"Honest as the day is long" . . . not too 
proud to be told . . . sincerely friendly . . . 
charming Texas drawl . . . co-operative . . . 
gracious . . . boyish . . . hardworking . . . 
talented musically . . . modest . . . "or leader 
of a band" . . . self-critical . . . intense de- 
votion to the Christian cause. 





JESSIE McCULLOUGH 

A.B. Literature; Speech 

Class secretary 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic 
Association 1; Speech Club 2, 3, 4, president 
2, vice-president 4; Beta vice-president 4. 

Practical . . . culinary art . . . flights of 
fantasy . . . deep-throated laughter . . . 
frank . . . poised . . . cameo-like features . . . 
reticent . . . steadfast friend . . . shy girlishness 
beneath brisk, competent exterior . . .cultural 
appreciation . . . dramatic clothes sense . . . 
good manager . . . fun-loving . . . strong likes 
and dislikes . . . constantly striving upward. 



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MAYNARD PARKER 

A.B. Theology 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4; Psychol- 
ogy Club 2; Philosophical Society 3; Historical 
Society 4/ Gamma chaplain 4. 

Slow drawl . . . sceptical expression 
. . . shrewd . . . homespun philosopher . . . 
keen-minded . . . anti-feminism . . . quaint 
quips . . . notable guffaw . . . saneness and 
candor . . . chess wizard . . . stimulating con- 
versationalist . . . unruffled . . . clever work- 
man . . . sturdy . . . unchanging . . . rugged 
convictions ... a fisherman s patience . . . 
sanguine temperament . . . never-failing Chris- 
tian. 



KENNETH PEARSALL 

A.B. Biblical Literature 

Student Council 1; "Who's Who" 3; 
Class president 3, 4,- "Nautilus" 1/ Student 
Ministerial Association 3, A; A Cappella 
Choir 1, 2, 3, president 3; Men's Chorus 

1, 2; Quartet 1, 2, 3; Psychology Club 2 ; - 
Speech Club 4,- House Council 3; Athletic 
Director 2, 3, 4; "N" Club 2, 3, 4, president 

2, 3; Beta football, basketball, baseball 1. 

Capable leader . . . self-assured . . . 
genuine . . . gift of mimicry . . . critical analyst 
. . . healthy attitudes . . . "power and beauty 
in his voice" . . . rational thinker . . . frank 
. . . cosmopolitan . . . meticulous in dress . . . 
masculine . . . champion athlete . . . serene 
. . . resourceful . . . considerate . . . friendly 
. . . purposeful living . . . consistent Christian. 




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MARION PHILLIPS 

A.B. Literature 

Student Council 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 
4, vice-president 2; Class secretary 1,- Beta 
secretary 2; "Nautilus" 1, 2, 3, literary 
editor 4/ "Campus Camera" 1, 3; "Green- 
book" 1/ A Cappella Choir 1 ,- Education 
Club 1; Literature Club 1, 2, 3, 4, vice- 
president 4, president 2. 

Silent secretary . . . likes atmosphere 
. . . program committee of one . . . unconven- 
tional ideas . . . recipe-collector . . . dramatic 
. . . discriminating literary critic . . . moods 
like April . . . accused of being noisy in the 
library . . . nervous screams . . . cosmopolitan 
. . . pet aversions . . . adventurous . . . deep 
appreciation of art and music. 





WILLIAM RESTRICK 

A.B. Theology 

Student Council 1, % "Nautilus" 1 , 2; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4, presi- 
dent 3/ A Cappella Choir 1, 2; Psychology 
Club 1 , president 2/ Alpha treasurer 1, 
president 2,- Book Store manager 1, 2, 3. 

Business efficiency . . . more athletic 
than he looks . . . always ready for a joke . . . 
"Mother calls me Willie" . . . fatherly . . . 
photography-enthusiast . . . derby-dignity . . . 
good organizer . . . service with a smile 
. . . likes to be host . . . surprise! he sings 
tenor . . . conscientious Christian. 



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GEORGE RICE 

B.S. Chemistry 

Student Council president 4; "Campus 
Camera" 2, 3, 4, editor 4/ Science Club 1, 2, 
3, A, vice-president 2; Education Club 2 ; 
Literature Club 3,- House Council 4; Beta 
vice-president 3; Beta football 2, 4 ; Beta 
baseball 2, 3. 

His saint's ardor not to be dampened 
. . . keen mind . . . quaint chuckle, shining 
eyes . . . magnanimous . . . surprising mixture 
of naivete and shrewdness ... a meaningful 
handshake . . . indefatigable . . . discriminat- 
ing . . . fertile imagination . . . leader . . . 
super-diplomat . . . boundless enthusiasm . . . 
an encouraging friend to all. 



KENNETH ROBINSON 

A.B. Speech 

Student Council 3; Class president 1, 
2; "Nautilus" business manager 3; A Cap- 
pella Choir 1, 3, 4/ Historical Society 1; 
Speech Club 2, 3, 4 ; president 4. 

Colorful personality . . . stickler for 
detail . . . remarkable ability for dramatic 
interpretation . . . "Great agony!" . . . 
persuasive . . . "what the well-dressed col- 
lege man will wear" . . . fluent talker . . . 
ardent . . . fastidious . . . excellent taste . . . 
gourmand "and" gourmet . . . affable . . . 
fad-starter . . . warm-hearted and generous. 




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RALPH SABINE 

A.B. Biblical Literature 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 ; - 
Student Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4; 
Philosophical Society 2, 3/ Historical So- 
ciety 4. 

"Charity for all" . . . home body . . . 
likes people and automobiles . . . hurts him- 
self to oblige you . . . clannish . . . patriotic 
Canadian . . . never knowingly breaks the 
least significant promise . . . energetic . . . 
"busy bee" . . . determined . . . warm- 
hearted preacher. 





FREDERICK SAVAGE 

A.B. Biblical Literature 

Honor Society 3, 4,- Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 
2, 3; Male Chorus 1; Ambassador Quartet 
2; Philosophical Society 1, 4. 

Intense . . . keen intellect . . . strong 
likes and dislikes . . . deeply rooted opinions 
expressed with conviction ... sly verbal 
thrusts . . . forceful speaker . . . one of the 
"happily marrieds" . . . searching eyes . . . 
sings to the glory of God . . . diligent student 
. . . fervent Christian. 



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RUTH SCHLOSSER 

B.S. Education 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Philosophical Society 3,- Speech Club 4. 



Enthusiasm . 
ough . . . efficient 



ardent zeal . . . thor- 
. mind for detail . . . 
occasional wistfulness . . . eager for self- 
cultivation . . . consistently friendly . . . 
aims to please . . . mathematical skill . . . 
musical interests . . . charitable . . . spiritual 
insight . . . energetic . . . considerate . . . 
affable . . . loyal friend . . . teaching vision 
vital religious experience. 



DAVID SPARKS 

A.B. Biblical Literature 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4/ 
Student Ministerial Association 4; A Cap- 
pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Psychology Club 4. 

Musical . . . sincere, earnest Christian 
. . . maturity in youth . . . fond of joking . . . 
domestic . . . hardworking . . . mobile facial 
expressions . . . wistful . . . affectionate . . . 
leisurely . . . conscientious . . . idealistic . . . 
fulfills obligations faithfully . . . good-natured 
. . . devoted friend . . . tender-hearted . . 
"Has anybody lost this three-cent stamp 
which I just found?" . . . "heart of gold." 




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ROLAND STANFORD 

A.B. Philosophy 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 
president A; Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4, vice-president 4; Class chaplain 2 
"Nautilus" 3, 4; "Campus Camera" 2, 3, 4 
"Greenbook" 1,- A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 
Literature Club 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 3 
Beta vice-president 2/ Beta basketball 2, 3, 4. 

"Red" . . . friendly . . . impulsive . . . 
gay . . . fulfills his obligations . . . tolerant 
. . . thoughtful . . . perpetual doer of good 
deeds . . . romanticist . . . sentimental . . . 
aesthetic appreciation . . . loyal and intense 
. . . colorful . . . flashing grin . . vigorous . . . 
lover of domesticity ... a wisp of cynicism 
. . . deep spiritual tone. 






WILLIAM SUMMERSCALES 

A.B. Philosophy 

Honor Society 3/ "Who's Who" 4; 
Student Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4; 
College Missionary Society Council 2; Quar- 
tet 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 1 ; Literature 
Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha president 2, vice-presi- 
dent 4; "N" Club 3, 4; Alpha football 2, 3, 
Alpha basketball 1, 2, 3, 4/ Alpha base- 
ball 1, 2, 3. 

Poise . . . charm . . . capable . . . 
amazingly adaptable . . . discriminating . . . 
fastidious . . . cultural appreciation . . . 
confirmed Britisher . . . ultra-conservative . . . 
leadership . . . clear thinker . . . effective 
speaker . . . deep interest in people . . . 
hearth and home . . . affectionate . . . balanced 
combination of romanticism and realism . . . 
creative . . . original . . . good organizer. 



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HELEN TEMPLE 

A.B. Psychology 

"Greenbook" ^\; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1; Girls' Chorus 1 , 2, 3; Literature Club 
1, 2, 3 ; Psychology Club 4. 

Witty repartee . . . keen thinker . . . 
feminine ingenuity . . . "creative arts and 
crafts" . . . sweet singer . . . refreshing origin- 
ality . . . searching analysis of people . . . 
conscientious . . . sensitive reactions to life 
. . . faithful friend . . . well developed sense 
of humor . . . thoroughly reliable . . . sympa- 
thetic understanding . . . Yankee grit and 
independence . . . positive Christian ideals. 



DONALD THOMAS 

A.B. Theology 

Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 
president 2/ Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4, president 4; College Missionary So- 
ciety president 3,- Class Chaplain 3; A Cap- 
pella Choir 1 , 2,- Men's Chorus 1; Beta 
chaplain 2. 

Evangelistic zeal . . . soft-spoken . . . 
consistently friendly and helpful ... in- 
trigued by novelty . . . seeks to do good . . . 
"Are We Downhearted?" . . . earnest . . . 
thoughtful . . . song-starter . . . long hours 
on the "graveyard shift" . . . undaunted hitch- 
hiker . . . drawls out a story without cracking 
a smile. 




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ALEXANDER WACHTEL 

A.B. Philosophy 

Honor Society 3; "Who's Who" 4; 
"Greenbook" 1; Evangelistic Association 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Student Ministerial Association 3, 4,- 
A Cappella Choir 1; Music Club 1; Philoso- 
phical Society 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, 
president 4; Class chaplain 4. 

Flashes of genius . . . great spiritual 
power . . . sensitivity . . . Pits of lightheaded- 
ness . . . fastidious in dress . . . sweeps the 
library for dust and a nose to tweak . . . 
"professor" . . . terrific nervous energy . . . 
dispatch . . . sympathetic . . . metaphysical 
. . . deeply stirred by Beethoven . . . courage 
in adversity. 





E. FRANKLYN WISE 
A.B. Biblical Literature 

Evangelistic Association 3, A } "Green- 
book" 1/ Historical Society 2; Science Club 
treasurer 2. 

Jolly . . . earnest . . . sincere . . . 
generous and warm-hearted . . . paternal . . . 
even disposition . . . optimistic . . . fair-minded 
. . . persevering . . . firm convictions . . . well- 
poised . . . disarming manner . . . industrious 
. . . sportsmanship . . . loyal . . . mellow 
voice . . . happily "settled" . . . businesslike 
. . . independent . . . democratic . . . co- 
operative . . . uncomplaining . . . frank 
. . . capable . . . "solid citizen" . . . radiant 
Christian. 



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JERRY WOODCOCK 

A.B. Theology 

Steady ... "I calc'late" . . . resolute 
. . . foresight . . . tolerant . . . nervous walk 
. . . drily humorous on occasion . . . conscien- 
tious pastor . . . strength under gentleness 
. . . independence . . . hard-working . . . 
reserve occasionally broken by an outburst 
of thoughtful opinion . . . deliberate . . . 
smacks of country life . . . purposeful . . . 
sincere . . . unassuming Yankee. 



IRMA WOODWARD 

A.B. Biblical Literature 

Orchestra 3, 4. 

Sympathetic understanding . . . con- 
trolled chuckle . . . unbeatable womanhood 
. . . gracious . . . pensive . . . jaunty cyclist 
. . . dependable . . . "sheer grit" . . . quiet 
restraint . . . strength and simplicity . . . ma- 
ture . . . humility . . . evangelistic ardor . . . 
thorough . . . rubber-heeled . . . sober . . . 
aristocratic-looking . . . amazing toothpaste- 
ad smile . . . spends herself extravagantly for 
others. 




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WILLIAM BAILEY 

A.B. Theology 

Devoted to truth, wherever it leads 
. . . former Gordon College student . . . 
loves a friendly argument . . . intense . . . 
knows his Bible . . . likes to set verbal 
traps . . . commuter . . . openly friendly . . . 
responsive . . . independent . . . silent merri- 
ment at the right time . . . consecrated. 



CHARLOTTE SNOWDEN 

A.B. Biology 

Biology Club 4. 



Sparkling personality . 
warm humor . . . tenderness 
... a silvery ripple of voice 



poised . . . 
. unassuming 
faithful de- 
votion to friends . . . cheery words for every- 
one . . . even-tempered . . . inner happiness 
bubbling up and overflowing . . . true peace 
of mind . . . essentially feminine . . . demure 
sweetness ... sly jesting . . . unobtrusive 
Christianity. 



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:; Robert 
; Robert 



Proud of being upperclassmen ... in the process 
of maturing . . . mingled moods of fun and gravity . . . earnest 
. . . many irons in the fire . . . burners of midnight oil . . . 
hearty . . . beginning to think seriously about life careers 
. . . touch of sophistication . . . varied interests, united aim . . . 
optimistic in spite of adverse circumstances . . . confidence in 
the future through trust in God. 



juniors 




HARVEY AMOS 

Strength . . . dependable . . . knows where 
he's going . . . hardheaded . . . salty raconteur . . . 
shameless prankster . . . representative of "muscular 
Christianity." 



HELEN BRICKLEY 

Pursues the even tenor of her way, with 
occasional interruptions . . . feminine . . . hides 
her feelings . . . "She's a 'Brick! 



RUTH BOYD 

Gay . . . saucy . . . friendly . . . even-tempered 
. . . amiable . . . unassuming . . . strives to please . . . 
persevering . . . interested in life . . . inquiring 
'expression. 

LOUISE BROWN 

Creative and original . . . pent-up humor . . . 
pensive . . . rapidity of speech . . . unobtrusive . . . 
sensitive . . . gifted pen . . . fair-minded . . . loyal. 



ARABELLA BUNTING 

Resolute ... a helping hand . . . distinctive 
voice . . . Continental background . . . reliable . . . 
a certain hidden tenseness . . . industrious . . . con- 
scientious. 



GRANT CROSS 

Air of sophistication . . . debonair charm . . . 
resourceful . . . scientific interests . . . genial . . . 
self-possessed . . . saxophonist of merit . . . humor- 
ous . . . earnest Christian. 



LUCILE CHATFIELD 

Vermont reserve . . . candid . . . honest . . . 
co-operative . . . hard-working . . . intellectual 
depth . . . cheerful and uncomplaining in spite of 
adversity. 



AGNES CUBIE 

That rosy British look . . . mighty midget . . . 
love of people . . . quaint charm . . . vivacious and 
forceful speaker . . . Scottish pluck and will power. 




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EDWARD DELL 

Fascinating voice . . . practical joker . . . inde- 
pendent . . . strong likes and dislikes . . . love of 
beauty . . . idealistic . . . emotional sensitivity ... in- 
tense spiritual aspirations. 



WILLIAM ECKMEYER 

Gay . . . meandering gait . . . persevering 
. . . thoughtful . . . gallant . . . twinkling eyes . . . 
fireside-lover . . . social-minded . . . obliging . . . 
likeable . . . "just plain nice." 

DEWITT DICKSON 

Sensitive to life . . . eager for self-improve- 
ment . . . hearty laugh, hearty appetite . . . tempera- 
mental . . . consistently friendly . . . passionate 
Christian. 



ROBERT EMMEL 

Exuberant . . . jaunty . . . good organizer . . . 
super-salesman . . . generous to a fault . . . connois- 
seur of smorgasbord and spaghetti . . . genuine 
Christian experience. 



ALICE GEORGE 

"Little girl" . . . wistful . . . enthusiastic . . . 
always friendly . . . diligent student . . . likes people 
. . . devoted . . .fun-loving and cheerful . . . sympa- 
thetic . . . vivacious . . . sensitive. 



MERLE GRAY 

Quizzical . . . easy-going . . . friendly to all 
. . . inimitable laugh . . . faithful . . . peaked eye- 
brows . . . music his hobby . . . determined Christian. 



BERYL GRANGER 

Quiet reserve . . . tranquil . . . ultra-conscien- 
tious . . . precise . . . thorough . . . reliable . . . 
idealistic . . . excellent literary analyst . . . abstraction 
of manner . . . consistent and genuine Christian. 



CARL HARR 

Boyish charm . . . reserved . . 
. . . co-operative . . . agreeable . . 
. . . contentment and practicality . 
duty. 



mischievous eyes 
. loyal . . . steady 
. . high sense of 




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RUTH HEDBERG 

Demure . . . serious moments . . . steady sin- 
cerity . . . keen reaction to beauty, especially of 
color . . . tenderness . . . immaculate neatness . . . 
shy . . . essence of feminity. 



GORDON MALONY 

Sparkling wit . . . gay Lothario . . . loyal 
friend . . . hard-working . . . honest . . . refreshing 
. . . original . . . easy-going . . . effective and dramatic 
speaker. 



VERNON JORDAN 

Yankee . . . won't laugh unless it's funny . .. 
scholar . . . dauntless endeavor . . . philosophical 
writer . . . domestic, but masculine . . . self-discipline. 

CALVIN MAYBURY 

Restraint and dignity ... air of sobriety masks 
mischief . . . charm of a wide boyish grin . . . prosaic 
and scientific. 



JOHN MAYBURY 

Earnest endeavor . . . good-natured . . . un- 
ruly hair . . . deliberate speech . . . considerate . . . 
rich voice . . . generous and tender-hearted . . . 
lovable . . . fervent testimony. 



NORMA McEDWARD 

Tranquillity and sturdiness of a Maine forest 
. . . reticent . . . steady disposition . . . crisp as her 
curls . . . determination . . . carefree manner . . . 
faithful friend. 

GOLDEN MAY 

Famous chuckle . . . loyal friend . . . idealistic 
. . . generous and warm-hearted . . . "soul" in her 
music . . . enthusiasm . . . sincere . . . humorous . . . 
sensitive Christian. 

KATHRYN McKINNEY 

Puckish charm . . . baby-talk . . . Irish laughter 
. . . serious student . . . thorough . . . persevering 
. . . expressive . . . constant . . . sincere . . . lucidity 
. . . happiness personified . . . intense Christian. 




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DANA PAYNE 

Elusive . . . stormy-browed . . . meticulous in 
all things . . . sensitivity to life . . . original and crea- 
tive . . . profundity and strength . . . "drive" . . . 
genuine. 

ROBERT RAPALJE 

Frank and open-hearted . . . strong reasoning 
powers . . . "horse sense" . . . diffident . . . purpose- 
ful student . . . humility . . . determination . . . positive 
Christian. 



JANICE PERRY 

Feminine . . . energetic . . . positive . . . inde- 
pendent . . . friendly and affectionate . . . from 
melancholy to hilarity in split-second time . . . basket- 
ball star . . . gentle-voiced . . . earnest. 

ALLEN RICHARDSON 

Individualistic . . . dogged . . . good-natured 
. . . always "on the go" . . . platinum blonde . . . 
business ability . . . the inquiring mind . . . argu- 
mentative . . . steady Christian. 



PAUL ROGERS 

Artistic . . . preoccupied . . . brooding ex- 
pression . . . aristocratic . . . genial and gentlemanly 
. . . collegiate appearance . . . "the man nobody 
knows." 

RUTH SICKLER 

Womanly . . . competent and practical . . . 
logical and thorough . . . candid . . . independent 
. . . conservative . . . dramatic ability . . . discrimi- 
nating . . . ultra-fastidious . . . vivacity . . . charm 
. . . expressive . . . sober Christian. 



ROBERT SAWYER 

Mannerly . . . staunch friend . . . conservative 
. . . musical ability . . . quick to help others . . . idealist 
... air of nonchalance . . . consistently follows inner 
convictions. 



ERNEST SMITH 

Guardian husband . . . heart of steel ... in- 
tense . . . purposeful . . . idealistic . . . devoted to 
family . . . piercing brown eyes . . . "strong silent 
man." 




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CASSANDRA SWINHOE 

"Song of the Lark" . . . highly developed 
sense of duty . . . not easily satisfied . . . jolly . . . 
distinguished braids . . . prim and cautious. 



IRENE WILLWERTH 

Reserved, but amiable and friendly . . 
gracious . . . genuine . . . steady and deliberate . 
domestic . . . demure ... air of indifference . . 
sincere Christianity. 




AUSTIN WRIGHT 

Industrious . . . athletic prowess . . . faithful 
to his friends . . . gently humorous . . . reserved . . . 
inordinately modest . . . likes people . . . shy. 



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Myron Richey, President; Phoebe Lusk, Secretary; Wil- 
liam Taylor, Chaplain; Paul Andrews, Vice President; 
Wallace Dixon, Treasurer 



Carefree laughter . . . looking for fun . . . prac- 
tical jokers . . . energetic in every activity . . . spurts of 
enthusiasm . . . 5:00 a.m picnic breakfast . . . collegiate . . . 
crowded days . . . "joie de vivre" . . . clear outlook . . . 
beginning of a unified group with a class spirit . . . conscious 
of new responsibilities . . . inspirational prayermeetings . . . 
sincere in purpose . . . searchers for the right. 



Sophomores 



Frances Allen Marie Austin Dorothy Bryner Mary Coffin 



Esther Anderson Ruth Bass Ray Charrette Helen Conser 



Paul Andrews Agnes Browne Robert Clifford Vernon Curry 




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Leland Davis Margaret Dunlap June Hamiltcn Anna Mae Keffer 



Wallace Dixon Eunice Grosse John Harris 



Vanetta Kerling 



Viola Doverspike Evelyn Hall Richard Hawk Muriel Lanpher 



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Muriel Larrabee Paul Marsden Myron Richey Astrid Smith Jean Thome Martha Wqtkins 



Phoebe Lusk Miriam Park Louise Shoff David Strack Juanita Thorp Cornelius Whetstone 



William Lutton Irene Plante Roy Slick Edward Thomas 



Grace White 





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Paul Moore, Treasurer; Jay Patton, President; Helen 

Marta, Secretary; Janet Smith, Vice President; Howard 

Olson, Chaplain 



Biggest class yet . . . versatile talents . . . "very im- 
portant" business meetings . . . the nostalgia and hearty fun of 
"School Days" . . . many of the "eligibles" leaving for army or 
navy . . . pursuing the "accelerated program" with enthusiasm and 
ambition . . . notable for its pretty girls . . . collegiate . . . ham- 
and-eggs breakfast . . . pranksters in the minority . . . genuine 
Christian's. 



freshmen 



Violet Adams 



Irene Baroch 



L uke Brinker 



Margaret Harbula Harriet Dickinson 



David Aldridge Dorothy Benson 



H. Weston Brown Ruth Corrie 



Esther Dixon 



Lee Allison 



Paul Berk 



Marcia Carlson Thora Cross 



Pauline Douglas 



William Ardrey Alberta Betts 



Eleanor Caronia Edna Cuff 



Eleanor Emery 



Dorothy Ballinger Joseph Biscoe 



Nevart Chetakian Harold Darling 



Mary Jane Ewing 





Dorothy Farrell Max Greene 



Ruth Harding 



Priscilla Harvey Gilbert Hilgar 



Ray Foster 



Virginia Greene Christine Hardy Frank Haselton 



Ellis Horton 



Paul Freese 



Lena Gri 



Mary Belle Harris Louise Hawks 



Ruth Houlette 



Esther Friend 



Rebecca Gri 



Mary E. Harris Patricia Herrschaft Marjorie Hurlbutt 



Irma Gale 



Richard Hamilton 



Paul Harris 



Elizabeth Higgins Launa Hurless 



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Guida Jones 



Iva Knox 



William Lusk 



Florence Mitchell Irene Park 



Theda Jones 



Doris Lee 



Walter MacPherson Bernadine Mobberly Jay Pafton 



Donald Jordan Richard Lewis 



Helen Marta 



Paul Moore 



Franklyn Pinkerton 



Sylvia Jordick Paul Lockhart 



Doris McCusker Vivian Musnug 



Rowland Prouse 



Rosemarie Karl Sylvia Lunn 



Anna McElhenny Howard Olson 



Donald Retter 




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Florence Richeal John Scott 



Emogene Smith Leona Staten 



Alma Swenk 



Cuba Roberts Mary Sharpe 



Janet Smith 



Thelma Stetson 



Lila Taylor 



Lloyd Rogers Margaret Shaw 



Joseph Smith 



Marilyn Stiles 



William Taylor 



Rita Rosenhammer Dorothy Smith 



Keith Smith 



Mary Sumner 



Eugene Terwilliger 



Myra Ross 



Elizabeth Smith 



Jane Starnes 



Wanda Sutherin 



Seth Tidball 



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Bettie Lee Turner Irene Van Dressar Loretta Warmkessel Dorothy Wells 



Dorothea Warmkessel 



Ethel Turpel Audrey Ward 



Erlaine Weaver Robert Utter 



Louise Webster 



Beulah Wiggins Oliver Williams Jean Wood Edith Woodcock Emma Wooledge Anne Wright 




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Harry Bansmere Donna Bowers Sara Cooper Viola Hall 



Vivian Naomi Jones 



Avis Bolstndge Thelma Cody Sydney Dunn Martha Hawn 



Ruth Leete 



SPECIAL 



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STUDENTS 



Marion Louise Manning Violet Moore 



Florence Otis Vera Palmer 



Lucille Parks 



Mary Sabine Eileen Scott Vera Simms Rachel Stockwel I H. Leroy Sturtevant 



Doris Taylor 




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George Andrews Jane Bishop Clarence Churchill Eunice Elliott Lois Foster Mary Melnick Jeanefte Holder 



Veramae Aldridge Mary C. Boggs Theodore Coffin Pauline Elliott Robert Goodnow Lloyd Hayes Idoline Jones 



Marion Best Ray Carpenter Frank Dominguez Marion Flueck Sylvia Gracey Carrie Hilsinger Robert Jones 



ACADEMY 



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STUDENTS 



Alverda Kinney Mary Melnick Jean Naylor Luther Pennington Albert Rich Robert Russell Everest Thurber 



Meredith Maddox Edith Marz Laura Northcott Donald Reed Sophie Riley Wessie J. Shuck Marion Turkington 



Dorotha Maser Dorothy Moore Peggy Pangle Gene Rice Glenys Roun William Slatcher Emily Wheeler Earl Wilson 




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Second Row: H. Conser, W. MacPherson, C. Hanks, C. Church, R. Charrette, M. Maddox. 
Front Row: D. Payne, R. Anderson, G. Rice, M. Phillips, Dr. Harper. 



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'uided by the ideal of maintaining at Eastern Nazarene College a 
democracy in which freedom is mingled with a sense of personal responsibility, the 
Student Council has worked together with the faculty in leading the college through- 
out a victorious year. 

Since one of the great needs of the college has been a place for whole- 
some indoor recreation, the Student Council undertook to renovate a basement room 
of the Canterbury as a game room. Realizing the importance of supplying informa- 
tion about campus life and regulations to new students, this year's Council set the 
precedent of preparing a Student Handbook. 

In answer to the desire of the Student Body to encourage the young men 
who have left E. N. C. for the armed forces, and to share in bringing victory, the 
Student Council sponsored an active interest in the Blood Donor Center, a weekly 
sale of war stamps, a drive to collect money and literature for the servicemen, and an 
effort to keep them cheerful with letters and birthday cards. 



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OFFICERS 



GEORGE RICE 
RUTH ANDERSON 
MARION PHILLIPS 
DANA PAYNE 
RAY CHARRETTE 
WALTER MacPHERSON 
CARL HANKS 
MEREDITH MADDOX 
ALVERDA KINNEY 
CLIFFORD CHURCH 
HELEN CONSER 
PROFESSOR ALBERT HARPER 



President 

Vice-President 

Senior Representative 

Junior Representative 

Sophomore Representative 

Freshman Representative 

Graduate Representative 

Academy Representatives 

Representatives-at-Large 

Faculty Representative 





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Second Row: L. Brown, G. White, A. Browne, R. Stanford. R. Lawrence, W. Summerscales, W. Cole, R. Sickler/N. Chetakian, E. Heinlein. 
Front Roio: M. Phillips, H. Conser, D. Payne, D. Freese, R. Emmel. 



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he privilege of sitting under the teaching of consecrated professors 
. . . the exciting rivalry of a Junior-Senior basketball game . . . the friendly con- 
versation around a dinner table . . . the beauty of the magnolia tree in early May 
. . . the answering note of agreement to a stirring chapel message . . . the inex- 
pressible joy of communion with God . . . this is E. N. C. to us. 

"Now in the days of youth" these scenes and memories are very real to 
us, and naturally we want to have a permanent record of our life here. This need 
the "Nautilus," the annual of Eastern Nazarene College, supplies. By means of pic- 
tures of campus life and descriptive writing about every phase of college activity, 
the "Nautilus" represents four of our most important years. 

Especially in 1943-44, when Eastern Nazarene College has achieved 
scholastic recognition and financial security, the "Nautilus" was eagerly awaited by 
every friend of the college because it is the lasting symbol of a victorious year. 

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Editor-in-Chief 

DANA S. PAYNE 



Business Manager 

J. DONALD FREESE 



STAFF 



DANA PAYNE 
DONALD FREESE 
HELEN CONSER 
MARION PHILLIPS 

AGNES BROWNE 
EVELYN HEINLEIN 
ROLAND STANFORD 

ROBERT LAWRENCE 

WILLIAM COLE 

ROLAND STANFORD 

ROBERT EMMEL 
JOHN MAYBURY 

NEVART CHETAKIAN } 
GRACE WHITE I 

MARY BELLE HARRIS ( 
RUTH SICKLER J 

PROFESSOR BERTHA MUNRO I 
PROFESSOR MANN > 



Editor-in-Chief 

Business Manager 

Associate Editor 

Literary Editor 

Staff Writers 

Photography Editor 

Student Photographer 

Arsictant Business Manager 

Advertising Mansgers 

Typists 



Faculty Advisers 




Nautilus 



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Standing: L. Chatfield, J. Thorpe, K. McKinney, M. Carlson, V. Curry, C. Maybury, W. Dixon, G. Rice, 

R. Charrette, D. MeCusker, H. Conser, A. Swenk, D. Benson. 
Sitting \M. Richey, M. Lanpher, L. Calhoun, E. Dell, R. Emmel, R. Stanford, A. Browne, L. Brown. 



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.ditor Edward Dell utilized previous newspaper experience to 
make the "Campus Camera" this year a successful publication. Streamlined make-up 
and new feature items were two major contributions to the paper's good journalism. 

"The Servicemen Write" brings to readers excerpts from the letters writ- 
ten by E. N. C.'s servicemen from all over the world telling of how a life in the 
army or navy can still be victorious because of the presence of Christ. Roland Stan- 
ford's column, "Faith With Works," and Agnes Browne's "Mightier than the Sword," 
were student memoranda of off-campus religious activities and current literature, 
respectively. 

George Rice, pointing the "Candid Camera," at campus life, collected 
pertinent news items that help to show us "ourselves as others see us." 



Editor-in-Chief 



EDWARD DELL 




STAFF 

EDWARD DELL Editor-in-Chief 

ROBERT EMMEL Business Manager 

LYAL CALHOUN News Editor 

AGNES BROWNE Feature Editor 

MYRON RICHEY, MURIEL LANPHER Sports Editors 

GEORGE RICE ) 

AGNES BROWNE [ Columnists 

ROLAND STANFORD ) 

MURIEL PAYNE, RAY CHARRETTE Make-up Editors 

WALLACE DIXON Circulation Manager 

VERNON CURRY Staff Artist 

Reporters: Helen Conser, Marcia Carlson, Calvin Maybury, 
Juanita Thorp, Alma Swenk, Irene Plante, Lucille 
Chatfield, Doris McCusker, Ray Charrette, Irene Park, 
Donald Retter. 

Feature Writers: Kathryn McKinney, Mary Lilley, Louise 
Erown, Marion Phillips, Patricia Herrschaft, George 
Rice. 

Typists: Helen Temple, Alma Swenk, Dorothy Benson. 

Secretaries: Florence Mitchell, Alice George. 

Faculty Adviser: Professor Spangenberg. 



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Third Row: Biscoe, W. Lusk, L. Rogers, MacPherson, Haselton 

Second Row: M. B. Harris, McCusker Harvey, Parks, I. Park, Anne Wright, M. E. Harris 

Front Row: Starnes, Herrschaft, Musnug, P. Moore, Professor Spangenberg, E. Emery, Benson, Chetakian 



Because the world conflict has caused many changes in their 
lives, the rhetoric students have chosen as the theme for their book the 
effect of World War II on their class. 

Impressions written by students who have left for the service 
intersperse themes describing rationing and war work. A serious atmos- 
phere pervades the book because of the emphasis on the importance of 
religion during this crisis. 

Edited by Patricia Herrschaft with assistants Eleanor Emery 
and Irene Park, the 1944 Greenbook is dedicated to the freshman class of 
1954. For the benefit of that class William Lusk and Paul Berk, business 
managers, have directed the staff in collecting money for a war bond. 



The Green Book 



WENC is on the air tonight, — news- 
casts, student advice, variety programs, and 
devotions reach every room on campus. It's 
Sigma Delta Alpha, sponsoring radio pro- 
grams packed with local interest and designed 
to welcome students to E. N. C. With the 
slogan, "On the Beam," Robert Sawyer, 
president, and his cohorts persuaded many 
freshmen to join at the Alpha lighthouse on 
Rush Day. 

"Thanksgiving to Friends, College, 
Home, Country, and God" was the topic for 
a Friday night program in the fall. 

This year's officers for the Alphas in- 
cluded William Summerscales, vice-president; 
Kathryn McKinney, secretary,- and Raymond 
Charrette, treasurer. 



Sigma Delta Alpha 



Fifth Row: H. Bunting, M. Flueck, D. Lee, P. Harvey, C. Roberts, D. Moore, M. Manning, P. Pangle, A. Kinney, M. Carlson, R. Hedberg 

B. Higgins, V. Musnug, A. Wright, S. Riley. 
Fourth Row: W. J. Shuck, E. Anderson, W. MacPherson, P. Berk, E. Smith, M. Austin, L. Chatfield, H. Marta, F. Mitchell, E. Wooledge, 

E. Dell, R. Foster, R. Boyd, B. Wiggins. 
Third Row: D. Jordan, R. Carpenter, P. Andrews, B. Slatcher, G. Andrews, D. Hawk, R. Slick, L. Rogers, C. Harr, J. Patton, W. Brown, 

P. Lockhart, B. Lutton, E. Wilson, M. Best. 
Second Row: E. Marz, M. Larrabee, I. Van Dresser, B. Turner, E. Turpel, I. Plant, R. Stockweil, D. Farrell, V. Greene, R. Houlette, A. Ward, 

J. Starnes, R. Richael, M. Coffin, R. Schlosser, V. Doverspike. 
Front Row: E. Dixon, L. Taylor, A. George, D. Smith, C. Hardy, R. Charrette, M. Riehey, Prof. Naylor, R. Sawyer, K. McKinney, W. 

Summerscales, R. Clifford, B. Gilmore, L. Brown, A. Smith, S. Lunn, P. Elliott. 



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Sixth Row: I. Jones, H. Mason, D. Sparks, L. Brinker, E. Horton, W. Cole, £. Smith, M. Ladd, D. Aldridge, Williams, D. Thomas, A. 

Wachtel, W. Taylor, C. White, P. Rogers. 
Fifth Row: D. MeCusker, R. Rosenhammer, M. Sharpe, M. Stiles, N. McEdward, M. Lanpher, D. Payne, L. Webster, A. Browne, M. Park, 

I. Park, M. Hurlbutt, M. Hawn. 
Fourth Row: V. Curry, H. Temple, I. Gale, J. Naylor, R. Bass, L. Northcott, T. Taylor, J. Thome, S. Dunn, E. Elliott, J. Thorpe, P. Herr- 

schaft, J. Smith. 
Third Row: M. J. Ewing, E. Woodcock, J. Holder, R. Stanford, E. Thurber, Dominigues, J. Scott, D. Retter, G. Haselton, G. Rice, A. Wright, 

G. Rice, K. Smith, D. Dickson. 
Second Row: E. Smith, V. Palmer, E. Hall, C. Swinhoe, P. Douglas, R. Corrie, V. Kerling, H. Dickinson, I. Baroch, L. Foster, D. Wells, 

D. Ballinger, C. DeCassio, M. Phillips, R. Leete. 
Front Row: T. Stetson, L. Staten, J. Perry, Prof. Babcock, I. Willworth, R. Lawrence, J. McCullough, H. White, C. Church, D. Strack 

M. Watkins, M. Ross, G. Roun. 



Boom! Boom! Boom! The huge red and white Beta drum, 
symbol of steady strength, challenged new students to "Beat with the 
Betas" under president Robert Lawrence. Won by the friendliness implied 
by the helpful Beta Handbook, forty-two new students responded, giving 
Sigma Delta Beta a record enrollment this year. 

Sounding a softer note, the society presented "Fiesta en 
Espafia," taking E. N. C. for a Friday evening tour of Old Spain, there to 
taste the romance of chivalry and the dazzling beauty of the arena. 

Fun and recreation combined with earnestness of purpose is 
the Beta spirit. Their slogan — co-operation, quiet determination, and 
dependability. 



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Sigma Delta Gamma 



"The 1943-44 Gamma Victory Flight!" 
This challenge was the main drive of the 
society's activities throughout the year. On 
Rush Day forty new students joined the group 
of Gamma Victory Flight passengers, piloted 
by Robert Maybury, president; Helen Conser, 
vice-president/ Nevart Chetakian, secretary,- 
and Robert Emmel, treasurer. 

A spirited football team began the 
"Victory Flight" by winning the coveted 
championship. The next victory for the 
Gammas was their program, "Let Freedom 
Ring," a panorama in music and readings of the 
development of the American spirit of free- 
dom. Frequent after-dinner programs and 
the presentation of a war bond to the college 
completed the events of a Gamma Victory 
Year. 



Fifth Row: Gray, Ralph Sabine, Ronald Sabine, Whetsone, G. Malony, Sturtevant, Goodnow, G. Cross, C. Maybury, J. Maybury, Terwilliger, 

|fa D. Freese, Amos, P. Moore, P. Freese, J. Harris, W. Dixon, E. Moore. 

FourthjRow .-JDunlap, Bryner, Benson, Collins, T. Cody, P. Lusk, R. Anderson, Cherdron, L. Parks, L. Emery, Shoff, M. B. Harris, J. Smith, 

T. Cross, Swenk, E. Weaver, Delp, Calhoun. 
Third Row: Biscoe, Ardrey, T. Coffin, Davis, R. Rapalje, Allison, W. Lusk, Hilgar, Darling, Pinkerton, Reed, Robinson, Prouse, Churchill, 

C. Jones. 
Second Row: M. E. Harris, Koffel, Grosse, Hilsinger, D. Taylor, Cooper, Brooks, Hamilton, Cuff, HeinJein, E. Scott, Sickler, R. Grimm, 

M. Malony, Turkington, Wood, Cassidy, Sutherin. 
Front Row: E. Emery, Hurless, M. Boggs, L. Warmkessel, Harbula, Melnick, Chetakian, Emmel, R. Maybury, Conser, Dr. Shrader, Parker, 

Hanks, Agnes Cubie, Maddox, Granger, V. Moore, T. Jones. 







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Sixth Row: H. Amos, Moore, B. Lutton, Curry, Carpenter, Richey, C. Maybury, G. Cross, L. Sturtevant, E. Smith, W. Cole, D. Fresse, O. 

Williams, P. Moore, P. Loekhart, M. Parker, R. Sabine, D. Thomas, M. Ladd, R. Sabine, E. Terwilliger. 
Fifth Row: A. Browne, E. Elliott, M. Manning, I. Park, L. Parks, E. Smith, D. Moore, C. Roberts, F. Mitchell, T. Cross, M. Harris, J. Smith. 

M. Hurlbutt, M. Carlson, I. Willworth, M. Flueck, R. Hedberg, D. Lee, P. Harvey, B. Higgins, E. Harton. 
Fourth Row: I. Jones, E. Dell, L. White, L. Rogers, I. Mason, M. Grey, A. Wachtel, D. Dickson, D. Sparks, R. Prouse, R. Emmel, C. Churchill, 

C. Brown, J. Patton, E. Thurber, G. Andrews, P. Andrews, MacPherson, P. Berk, C. Harr. 
Third Row: J. Thorpe, Van Dresser, D. Farrell, J. Wood, I. Gale, P. Herrschaft, L. Hurless, E. Wooledge, H. Dickinson, M. Park, J. Hamilton, 

R. Bass, A. Chetakian, M. Turkington, V. Greene, V. Palmer, I. Baroch, C. Hilsinger, A. Swenk, M, Ross, A. Smith, P. Douglas, 

T. Stetson, L. Taylor, T. Jones. 
Second [Row: T. Brooks, K. Smith, W. Lusk, J. Biseoe, F. Haselton, H. Darling, J. Scott, F. Pinkerton, D. Retter, D. Reed, B. Wiggins, M. 

Best, F. Richeal, Starnes, Charrette, W. Ardrey, A. Wright, G. Rice, B. Slatcher, Allison, T. Coffin, Calhoun. 
Front Row: V. Doverspike, R. Grimm, E. Scott, S. Riley, M. Harbula, E. Dixon, H. Marta, V. Moore, R. Houlette, E. Smith, L. Warmkessel, 

W. Taylor. R. Sawyer, M. Payne, R. Stanford, M. Malony, M. Coffin, A. Ward, V. Kerling, R. Stockwell, R. Leete, R. Schlosser, 

L. Brown, B. Mobberly, D. Smith. 

With zeal and devotion the Evangelis- 
tic Association carried on the year's work, 
holding meetings in nearby missions and 
churches. Students also ministered as part 
of the hospital group, which, under the direc- 
tion of Ernest Moore and faculty adviser, Miss 
Muriel Payne, visits the Quincy Hospital 
every Sunday. Distributing tracts and making 
surveys in the local communities were two 
supplementary activities during the year. 

Officers of the association included 
Roland Stanford, president,- Robert Sawyer, 
vice-president; Margaret Malony, secretary,- 
and William Taylor, treasurer. After Roland 
Stanford's call to the Framingham church, 
William Taylor became president and Paul 
Andrews, treasurer. 



Evangelistic Association 



Student Ministerial Association 



Donald Thomas, president, together 
with Roland Stanford, vice-president and 
William Cole, secretary-treasurer, led the 
Student Ministerial Association through a 
year of varied activities which represented 
several vital phases of E. N. C. life. 

For pure fun the group had its annual 
fall breakfast on the Squantum Beach. In the 
field of general culture the members met with 
the Literature Club to discuss the problem of 
sin as expressed in literature. Emphasizing 
spiritual values, they sponsored the showing 
of a dramatic and stirring motion film produced 
by the Lutheran Society, entitled "The Power 
of God." 



Third Row: J. Maybury, Sawyer, Wachtel, E. Smith, Parker, Sparks, Amos, Restrick, G. Cross, Summerseales, Pearsall 

Second Row: Church, I. Jones, Mason, Harr, D. Freese, Ronald, Sabine, Hanks, Emmel, Nielson, E. Moore, George Rice, Dell, Wright 

Front Row: Calhoun, Dickson, Stanford, D. Thomas, Professor Young, Cole, Ralph Sabine, Robinson 



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Second Row: W. Taylor, Prof. Earle, Turkington. 
Front Row: Conser, Church, Koffel. 



Growth in numbers and in spirit marked 
the College Missionary Society in 1943-44. 
Headed by two prospective missionaries, 
Clifford Church, president, and Irma Koffel, 
vice-president, the organization increased 
the missionary zeal among the students. 
Helen Conser, secretary, and Marion Turk- 
ington, treasurer, co-operated in this work. 

In several challenging programs, held 
bi-weekly in the regular chapel service, 
student told of their calls to foreign and 
home missions. Returned missionaries, such 
as Rev. and Mrs. Kellersburger from the mis- 
sion to the lepers of Liberia, spoke to the 
college under the sponsorship of the society, 
telling of their life in Africa and of the power 
of God to strengthen and keep in the face of 
heathen disease and superstition. 



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Who's Who 



Distinction in character, scholarship, leadership, and possi- 
bility of future usefulness to business and society determines election to 
Who's Who. 

Eastern Nazarene College is one of six hundred colleges 
represented in this directory, Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges. The book, which appears annually, is an index 
and guide for the use of personnel managers. 

Each year a council of representative faculty members and 
students selects seven upperclassmen and graduates whose names then 
appear in the volume's current issue. The key which they receive thus signi- 
fies the most versatile college achievement. 



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Front Row: F. Savage, L. Emery, Delp, D. Payne, R. Rapalje 



Instruction, devotion, challenge, — 
these were the three keynotes of "The Mind 
of Christ," presented by the Eastern Nazarene 
College Honor Society during the Lenten 
Season of 1944. 

With George Delp as president, 
Dana Payne as vice president, and Beryl 
Granger as secretary-treasurer, the group 
united in financing a scholarship for one 
semester's tuition which goes annually to a 
student, elected by the Society for high 
scholastic standing, Christian character, and 
contribution to college life. 

Those taking at least twelve hours of 
college work, who maintain a B+ average 
and receive no grade lower than B and B + 
in all major subjects, are eligible for member- 
ship in the Honor Society. 



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Now a familiar activity of E. N. C, the 
A Cappella choir, under the directorship of 
Mrs. Esther Williamson, has added another 
memorable year to its history. 

Park Street Congregational Church in 
Boston heard the choir's forty members sing 
at an early fall service. The traditional 
"Messiah" performance on December 17, 
with Vesy Stemm, baritone, and Robert 
Clifford, tenor, as soloists, was "the best yet," 
according to its enthusiastic audience. 

After giving several programs through- 
out the year in churches of Greater Boston, 
the choir presented its final concert in late 
spring, including in its repertoire old favorites 
and some new selections. 



A Cappella 



Fourth Row: Carpenter, Dell, G. Cross, C. Maybury, Sawyer, Robinson, Biscoe, Davis 

Third Row: J. Scott, MacPherson, Sparks, Lockhart, Wilson, W. Lusk, Patton 

Second Row: Perry, Best, Ward, Douglas, Higgins, Cody, Shoff, Hedberg, Chetakian, Grosse, Heinlein 

Front Row: Mrs. Esther Williamson, Swinhoe, Gale, M. E. Harris, Harvey, R. Anderson, Browne, P. Lusk, E. Hall, Swenk, Flueck 





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Front Row: Conser, Hardy, Utter, Scherneck, E. Scott, MacPherson, Woodward 



Putting aside assignments for ninety 
minutes, orchestra members take their instru- 
ments once weekly to the chapel. As they 
enter, the tuning of strings and brasses pro- 
duces a symphony of discord. 

Starting with Victor Herbert's "Babes 
in Toyland ", they proceed, with Mrs. G. B. 
Williamson's skilful conducting, to the more 
formal Intermezzo of Bizet's "L'Arlesienne 
Suite," thence to Gounod's "Funeral March 
of the Marionettes." Recreation and the 
creation of beauty are ultimate aims of this 
extra-class activity, as well as valuable musical 
experience. 

The orchestra presented a program of 
well known classical music, featuring the 
famous "Figaro" aria from The Barber of 
Seville, sung by Mr. Vesy Stemm. 



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Music Club 



Believing that "music hath charms" for an active E. N. C. 
life, future Paganinis and Chopins have organized to stimulate an appreciation 
of good music. 

Since the best way of learning to understand music is by 
listening to it frequently, the meetings have included records of "The 
Carnival of Animals" by Saint-Saens and a Beethoven sonata. Appropriate 
for the holiday season, the December program was a discussion of the origins 
of familiar Christmas carols. 

Under the leadership of June Hamilton, president, and vice- 
president Eleanor Emery, assisted by secretary Lila Taylor and treasurer 
Priscilla Harvey, the club has initiated a fund to provide musical equipment 
for the college. 



Second Row: M. Ross, R. Corrie, D. Lee, J. Wood, N. Chetakian, M. Carlson, L. Webster, R. Houlette, M. Flueck, F. Rieheal, P. Douglas, 

T. Jones, C. Hardy. 
Front Row: E. Emery, J. Hamilton, M. Payne, Prof. Cove, Prof. Beckwith, P. Harvey, L. Taylor. 



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Second How: G. Delp, C. DeCassio, W. Sutherin, D. Freese, R. Anderson, M. Coffin, W. Summerscales. 
Front Rout: Agnes Cubie, Miss Spangenberg, M. Phillips, L. Emery, Dean Munro, A. Browne, R. Sickler. 



Integration of literature with other fields of learning served 
as a guiding star this year to the Literature Club. Lois Emery, president, and 
Marion Phillips, vice-president, with the help of secretary Agnes Browne, 
directed this program of correlation. 

In a joint meeting with the Bowne Philosophical Society 
the group related the philosophical and literary aspects of the Book of Job. 
Together with the Student Ministerial Association the Literature Club 
discussed the sin problem as illustrated in great books. The psychological 
effect of the supernatural, exemplified by literary masterpieces, occupied 
the attention of members of the club in the meeting with the Psychology Club. 



Literature Club 



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Providing equipment for the new 
speech laboratory, the soundproof room on 
the third floor of the Canterbury, was the 
aim and project of the Speech Club during 
the past year. Interested in showing the 
relationship between speech work and life, 
the members of the club prepared a paper 
describing the history of speech training. 

In the November meeting individual 
members made records of their readings, and 
in December they organized a program of 
familiar readings appropriate to the season. 

This year the president, Kenneth 
Robinson, was assisted by Jessie McCul- 
lough, vice-president, and Juanita Thorpe, 
secretary. 



Speech Club 



Second Row: G. Maloney, L. Davis, L. Sturtevant, K. Pearsall, D. Benson, E. Heinlein, D. McCusker, M. Maloney, I. Jones, R. Emm e l 

L. Calhoun. 
Front Row: R. Schlosser, D. Smith, J. Thorpe, K. Robinson, Mrs. G. B. Williamson, J. McCullough, H. Dickinson, L. Dygoski. 




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Second Row: Whetsone, Ronald Sabine, Parker, Dell, E. Moore, Williams 

Front Row: Ralph Sabine, Charrette, Professor Lunn, R. Clark, P. Lusk, Cassidy 



Knowledge and understanding of the past as a basis for keen 
comprehension of the present, — toward this end members of the Historical 
Society constantly strive. In the face of the present world crisis they seek 
to make themselves alert to their obligations as United States citizens. 

With this goal in view they have discussed throughout the 
year current domestic and international problems, the coming peace table, 
and postwar plans for a new world. President Ruth Clark, assisted by 
secretary-treasurer Phoebe Lusk, has been in charge of these round table 
discussions. 

Professor Mervel P. Lunn, history department head and the 
society's adviser, gave a Friday night commentary to the student body, analyz- 
ing the war scene in Europe. 



Historical Society 



Philosophical Society 



"I believe in personalism because it 
gives the most adequate view of life," de- 
clared Dr. Albert Harper at the first meeting 
of the Bowne Philosophical Society. "Job 
illustrates profound wisdom literature," Dean 
Munro and Dr. Harper asserted warmly at a 
joint meeting with the Literature Club. 
"Philosophers are people! Look at their ec- 
centricities!" realized the members, after 
giving short biographical sketches. 

For its annual Friday evening program 
the society presented Dr. Edgar Sheffield 
Brightman, head of Boston University's De- 
partment of Philosophy. Project for the year 
was the assembling of a philosophers' album. 

Alexander Wachtel, Merrill Ladd, As- 
trid Smith, and William Cole were president, 
vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, 
respectively. 



Standing: R. Prouse, W. Cole, I. Koft'el, R. Sawyer, J. Smith, E. Smith, A. Smith, D. Payne, D. Strack. 
Sitting: Dr. Croves, A. Wachtel, M. Ladd, Dr. Harper. 






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Secotid Row: P. Dunlap, J. Thorne, J. Biscoe, B. Granger, W. Dixon, H. Temple, P. Lockhart, R. Stockwell, R. Hedberg, R. Leete, D. Bryner, 

V. Kerling, E. Scott, R. Grimm, W. Taylor. 
Front Row: F. Mitchell, D. Sparks, M. Richey, W. Lutton, Dr. Shields, M. Cherdron, A. Mason, M. J. Keffer, K. Smith. 



Members of the Psychology Club 
stared in awe as Myron Richey solemnly 
drank colored water ink and ate a raw onion 
under the influence of Professor Shields' 
"hypnotism," and they hesitated to drink 
delicious cocoa when it appeared yellow, 
green, blue, and red in color. In the October 
meeting an escaped prisoner, Mr. Leslie 
Ditchfield, spoke about life in a German 
concentration camp. 

Original programs and serious study 
have aided in giving those interested in 
psychology a sound, Christian basis for judg- 
ing contemporary theories. 

This year's club was led by Marguerite 
Cherdron, president; William Lutton, vice- 
president,- and Mary Jane Keffer, secretary- 
treasurer. 



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Physical Science Club 



Twentieth century science affects us 
daily. The Physical Science Club has en- 
deavored to survey broadly the particular 
advancements of chemistry and physics. 

Organized with Grace White as 
president; Alice George, vice-president; 
Eunice Grosse, secretary,- and Grant Cross, 
treasurer, the club engaged in a specialized 
project of photography. Professor Duncan 
E. MacDonald of the physics department lent 
invaluable assistance in the effective develop- 
ment of the project. Professor Jasper Naylor 
was the club's faculty adviser for the year's 
program of profitable scientific discussions. 

For their Friday night program the 
club presented a film illustrating the phenom- 
ena of magnetism and electricity. 



Standing: L. Pennington, R. Maybury, H. Conser, B. Lusk, J. Harris, P. Rogers, L. Brinker, C. Maybury, E. Terwilliger,' F. Haselton 

W. MacPherson, P. Freese, F. Domingues, Pinkerton, G. White. 
Sitting: G. Hilgar, L. Allison, A. Bunting, P. Herrsehaft, G. Rice, E. Grosse, Prof. Naylor, G. Cross, A. George. 






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Second Row: M. Harris, L. Rogers, D. Ballinger. I. Willwerth, R. Bass, V. Greene, V. Palmer, E. Smith, A. Swenk, S. Dunn, T. Cross, 

R. Lawrence, D. Wells. 
Front Row: B. Wiggins, L. Brown, R. Boyd, M. Lanpher, N. McEdwards, Prof. Babcock, J. Perry, E. Elliott. 



Peering through microscopes at infinitesimal cells may be a 
laborious task to some ill-starred students, but to those interested in biology 
this study of life is an absorbing work. 

Advised by Professor W. J. V. Babcock, the newly organized 
Biology Club has chosen Janice Perry as president, with Norma McEdward, 
vice-president, and Muriel Lanpher, secretary-treasurer. 

Throughout the year the club has presented educational 
biology films and has prepared scientific models for laboratory work. It has 
secured membership in the New England Museum of Natural History, giving 
students the opportunity of attending lectures there. The club believes that 
through study guided by faith it will be able to find the truth. 



Biology Club 



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hen young ladies visit other rooms after eleven o'clock and young 
gentlemen form an impromptu quartet during the wee small hours, then the House 
Councils exercise their authority, trying to combine order and good spirit in the 
dormitories. The Council also had charge of appointing the leaders of the men's and 
women's prayermeetings. Besides fulfilling these duties, the Councils sponsored 
Open House activities and aided preparations for the Valentine party,- the girls 
Council planned the eagerly awaited Good Neighbor party for the girls. 

The girls elected Kathryn McKinney and Irene Willwerth president and 
secretary, respectively, and the boys chose Maynard Parker, chairman, and Joseph 
Biscoe, treasurer. 



Third Row: Boyd, Davis, Sawyer, E. Hall 

Second Row: M. Malony, Turkington, M. J. Keffer, George Rice, Conser, M. Coffin 

Front Row: Chetakian, Kerling, Biscoe, Parker, McKinney, Willwerth, D. Payne 



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Alpha Football 



Under the skilful direction of Coach Myron Richey, 
the Alphas fielded a strong team this season. In spite of having lost 
Fred Haynes, James Crutcher, and Allen Hedberg to the United 
States armed service, the Purple and White played with concen- 
trated endeavor to win the championship. 

Newcomers Earl Wilson, Roy Slick, and Ray Foster made 
a vigorous and outstanding addition to a seasoned group which 
comprised Edward Dell, William Summerscales, Raymond Charrette, 
Paul Lockhart, and Lloyd Rogers. 



Second Row: Foster, Summerscales, Richey, Slick 

Front Row: L. Rogers, Dell, Wilson, Lockhart, Charrette 





Second Row: Wright, George Rice, Horton, Lawrence, Curry, Retter, Domingues 
Front Row: Gene Rice, Strack, I. Jones, P. Rogers, W. Taylor 



Although the Betas lost All-Star Dale Powell to the 
Naval Air Corps, and veteran Donald Brickley by graduation, they 
showed their usual scrappy determination throughout the 1943-44 
football season. 

Led by Coach David Strack, the Black and Red had a 
powerful backfield with the combination of Austin Wright, fresh- 
man Donald Retter, and the doughty coach. 

Wright showed up as outstanding man on the year's 
team, and Irving Jones, back in the line-up, played a strong right end. 

"Oldsters" Robert Lawrence, Paul Rogers, William Tay- 
lor, George Rice, and Vernon Curry, together with freshmen 
Ellis Horton and Eugene Rice, completed a plucky team. 



Beta Football 



Gamma Football 



"Trophy Team" is the new title o f the Gamma eleven. 
This is the fourth year out of five and the third successive year in 
which they have captured the football trophy, which is now theirs 
to keep. 

Graduates John Parry, Robert Nielson, Lyal Calhoun, 
and Carl Hanks played together for their last season. They have 
been the formidable spearhead of the Blue and Gold for five years. 

Playing with their characteristic "fighting nonchalance," 
the veteran four headed an exceptionally co-operative team, which 
included Donald Freese, Grant Cross, John Harris, Eugene Ter- 
williger, Ernest Moore, Robert Maybury, John Maybury, and Calvin 
Maybury. 



Second Row: R. Maybury, G. Cross, Hanks, J. Harris, Calhoun 
Front Row: J. Maybury, Terwilliger, D. Freese, G. Maybury 




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Second Row: V. Greene, Higgins, Roberts, Harvey, Mitchell 
Front Row: Friend, Shuck, E. Anderson, Boyd, Wright, Hardy 



Starting the season with two regulars 
missing — Lloyd Rogers, a valuable guard and 
adept play-maker, and swift, versatile William 
Summerscales — the Alphas made a good show- 
ing despite handicaps. Myron Richey, cap- 
tain, used fast breaks and tricky one-handed 
shots which worried opposing guards in 
every game. Richard Hawk's speed and fight- 
ing spirit, Earl Wilson's height under the 
basket, and Paul Lockhart's smooth teamwork 
made a neat combination. Edward Dell, Roy 
Slick, and Robert Sawyer made up the rest of 
the team. 

The Alpha girls' team, with scoring 
threats in Esther Anderson and freshman Anne 
Wright, surprised onlookers by their skill in 
spite of the lack of veterans. 



Second Row: Wilson, Hawk, Lockhart 

Front Row: Slick, Richey, Summerscales, L. Rogers 





Beta 



Basketball 



Second Row: Russell, Wise, I. Jones, Ladd, Horton, W. Taylor 
Front Row: Retter, Olson, Wright, Stanford, Domingues 



Led by Austin Wright, doughty guard, 
whose experience stabilized a team of new 
players, the Betas started well by a victory 
over the Gammas. Roland Stanford, spirited 
set-shooter, Donald Retter, excellent basket- 
ball "stuff," and sturdy guard Howard Olson, 
proved themselves valuable players. Frank 
Domingues' "eye- for- the- basket," Merrill 
Ladd's determination, Paul Harris' co-opera- 
tion, and Robert Russell's ruggedness went 
into the production of this year's Beta squad. 

Out to win the title, the Beta girls 
boasted one of the smoothest passing and 
scoring combinations E. N. C. has known: 
Norma McEdward, Janice Perry and Muriel 
Lanpher. Dana Payne, Jean Thorne, Irene 
Park, and Viola Taylor were outstanding 
guards. 



Second Row: McCusker, Corrie, E. Elliott 
Front Row: Thorne, Perry, MacEdwards, Lanpher, D 
Payne 





Gamma 



Basketball 



Second Row: P. Lusk, V. Jones, Sickler, M. B. Harris, 
Shoff, J. Smith, E. Emery, T. Jones, Hilsinger 

Front Row: Weaver, Swenk, Uunlap, L. Emery, Koffel, 
Cherdron 



With the asset of an experienced 
team, the Gammas had a successful basketball 
season. Captain Carl Hanks, speedy ball- 
handler and a tricky shot, Robert Nielson, 
steady guard, and Lyal Calhoun, fast-moving 
scoring threat, were veterans. Calvin May- 
bury's height, Alexander Cubie's level- 
headed fight, and Cornelius Whetstone's 
teamwork were outstanding features. Be- 
cause many recruits turned out, the team was 
never in want of good substitutes. 

The strength of the Gamma girls' 
team was in the forward lineup, composed 
of seniors Irma Koffel, Lois Emery, and Ruth 
Anderson. A broken ankle kept veteran 
Louise Shoff on the bench. Prominent in the 
guard position were Margaret Dunlap and 
Marguerite Cherdron. 



Second Row: G. Malony, Parker, Whetstone, Goodnow, G. Cross 
Front Row: Calhoun, Ronald Sabine, C. Maybury, P. Clark 




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Young men's fancies turn to more than thoughts 
of love on spring days, and frequently the choice between 
the traditional fancy and that of playing baseball is rather 
difficult. Mud-spattered from the rain or bruised from a 
slide to third base, the players fight hard to bring their team 
another honor. 

Although the organized games are sponsored 
by the Alpha, Beta, and Gamma literary societies, informal 
baseball forms a large part of spring athletic interest. An 
after-dinner game is a frequent prelude to an evening of 
study, and annual Campus Day livens up when the bat and 
ball appear. 



Baseball 



A sun-drenched day . . . the flash of 
a fast service . . . the happy hum of a well- 
strung racket . . . the thud of a bouncing, war- 
time tennis ball . . . shot ... set point! And 
the tournament match moves into its final 
stages. 

Summer school students used E. N. C.'s 
clay courts from sunrise to twilight. Professor 
Jasper R. Naylor played his way to the singles 
title, and Robert Lawrence and Ernest Moore 
won in the doubles tournament. 

Competition was keen in the fall play- 
offs, and tennis enthusiasts anxiously awaited 
spring weather and dry courts. The tourna- 
ment entries are closely matched, and it is a 
toss-up for the champion of rackets in 1943-44. 



Tennis 



Carpenter, Lockhart. Evans, L. Rogers 





Second Row: Koffel, ShofT, C. W. Jones Summerscales, Pearsall, Hawk, Wright, R. Anderson 
FrontjRow: MacEdward, Perry, Professor Naylor. Hanks, L. Emery, D. Payne 



"For outstanding athletic ability, for 
sportsmanship, and for Christian character, 
we present you with this letter, signifying 
membership in the N Club." Then the proud 
selectee receives his red emblem, which he 
is entitled traditionally to wear on a white 
sweater during his college days. 

At an annual banquet five girls and 
five boys join the club, the official athletic 
council of Eastern Nazarene College. All 
ten members must have attended the college 
for at least three semesters. 

This year Carl Hanks, president,- and 
Lois Emery, vice-president, directed the 
"N" Club activities with the aid of Janice 
Perry, secretary-treasurer. 



"N" Club 



"Nautilus" Picture Day saw the in- 
auguration of Field Day at Eastern Nazarene 
College. The three Greek letter societies 
competed in an afternoon series of events 
open to all boys and girls. 

William Summerscales and Muriel Lan- 
pher won the broad jump, and John May- 
bury and Jean Thome took first place in the 
high jump. 

Roy Slick and Margaret Dunlap broke 
the tape for the fifty-yard dash. Slick and 
Miss Thome defeated all comers in the 
hundred-yard dash. Winner Paul Lockhart 
heaved the basketball fifty-seven feet, while 
Jean Naylor topped the girls with a throw of 
forty-one feet eight inches. 

David Strack finished first in the half- 
mile run, an event open to boys only. 

Sigma Delta Alpha won both boys' 
and girls' hundred-yard relay race, and were 
final victors of all events with a total of forty- 
five points. 



Field Day 



Slick, Strack, Hawk, George Rice, G. Cross 





M Sports 




Under the guidance of Athletic Director Kenneth Pear- 
sail, sports form an integral part of the students' program at Eastern 
Nazarene College. Besides football, basketball, and baseball, 
there are track, tennis, pingpong, golf, and croquet for everyone. 
The flooded tennis courts offer an opportunity for skating and ice 
hockey during the winter. Keen competition keeps enthusiasm 
high in year-round sports activities. 





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Mtk Js the Victory 



Not just another college, Eastern 
Nazarene College is unique in its emphasis 
on Christian experience and living. Constant- 
ly we feel the presence of God, whom we 
know we can take with us into every whole- 
some activity. Constantly we strive to make 
every activity a part of our service to Him 
who has redeemed us. 

Throughout each week of the college 
year we have the privilege of participating in 
Christian work and enjoying the fellowship 
of Christ-centered friendship. A Monday 
morning chapel service aglow with reports 
of a soul-winning ministry on Sunday; a 
prayermeeting with our class or with our 
neighbors in the dormitory in which someone 
testifies to the never-failing strength he finds 
in Jesus Christ; a missionary service where we 
hear how the power of God can save from 
heathen despair; a Wednesday evening prayer 
meeting where the pastor, Rev. Samuel Young, 
speaks words of challenge or encouragement 
that lift us from the humdrum routine of as- 
signments,- an outstanding chapel speaker, 
such as Miss Elizabeth Earle, "Gripsholm" 
returned missionary, fresh from Japanese 
internment, whose courage and vision inspire 
us to forget our petty problems and give our- 
selves as a living sacrifice,- an altar service 
during a revival meeting when young people 
stand to testify joyfully to the faithfulness of 
the Holy Spirit and the redeeming power of 
the Savior of men,- an original announcement 
in Friday morning chapel by Professor Groves, 
Sunday school superintendent, that predicts 
interesting opening exercises on Sunday 
morning; the beautiful tones of the organ, 
giving an atmosphere of reverence to the 
Sunday worship service,- the energetic earn- 
estness of a Young People's service in which 
we try to see our shortcomings and correct 
them,- the happy voices of the hospital group, 



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bringing cheer to the patients confined in 
Quincy City Hospital; the enthusiasm with 
which the Herald of Holiness campaign is 
carried on; and the call to prayer of our pastor 
who yearns to see each student and church 
member in the center of God's will. 

During the past year two outstanding 
series of revival meetings, with Rev. J. H. 
Parker and Rev. A. B. Carey, offered an oc- 
casion for heart-searching, definite decision, 
and genuine victory. The missionary conven- 
tion, in which Rev. and Mr. Osborn described 
their work in China, inspired many to forget 
their own ambitions and enter gladly the 
service of the Master, quietly saying, "Thy 
will be done." 

These activities are only part of the 
religious life at our college. E. N. C. would 
not be E. N. C. without its Christian emphasis. 
We want to serve God because He has 
changed our lives and has given us the vic- 
tory. 









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Alumni Association 

Today, as never before in the history 
of the college, the alumni represent Eastern 
Nazarene College all over the world. Fight- 
ing for the ideals of their college, using im- 
plements of warfare for which their hearts 
have never been prepared, they are strangers 
in a foreign land; but their thoughts are none 
the less with their Alma Mater, and their lives 
are examples of how the faith of the educated 
Christian can triumph in the face of untold 
adversity. 

Here in the United States the alumni 
are even more closely connected with the 
college. Graduated only in the sense of 
having completed a required course, they are 
an integral part of the program of Eastern 
Nazarene College. 

Harold Harding, president, led the 
Alumni Association, with the aid of Douglas 
Fisk, vice president,- Edward Mann, executive 
secretary,- and Irwin French, treasurer. War- 
ren Lahue represented the group on the Board 
of Trustees. 



1. Ellen Follett and Helen Sullivan 

2. Lester Holder 

3. Lyal Calhoun 

4. Vivian Louise Jones 

5. Winifred and Carol Mae Maddox 

6. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fisk 

7. Dorothy Simonson 

8. Elizabeth Zimmerman 

9. Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Mullen 

10. Carolyn Colcord, Virginia Graffam Powell, 

Elizabeth Zimmerman, and Robert Nielson 

11. Robert Nielson 

12. Rev. and Mrs. Oscar Stockwell 



1. Professor Babcock 

2. Dean Munro 

3. Muriel Payne, Ellen Follett, Mrs. Lunn, Professor 

Spangenberg 

4. Professor Goodnow 

5. Professor Groves 

6. President Williamson and Mae Lou 

7. Mrs. Esther Williamson 

8. Mrs. G. B. Williamson 

9. Professor Harper 

10. Professor Shields 

11. Professor Harris 

12. Professor Cove 



Faculty 



"All work and no play" would dampen 
the "joie de vivre" of the faculty, as well as 
the students, of Eastern Nazarene College. 
The professors have their hobby horses to 
ride in addition to their classroom duties. 

Cooking, for example, claims whatever 
enthusiasm Dean Munro has not invested in 
literature and the Church School Journal. 
President Williamson enjoys brisk eighteen 
holes of golf, and camera fan Professor Nay- 
lor likes to investigate the mysteries of the 
dark room. Garden enthusiasts are Professor 
Young, who specializes in tomatoes, and Pro- 
fessor Harris, who has a particular interest in 
Kentucky Wonder beans. His fascination for 
railroads Professor Goodnow expresses by 
keeping scrapbooks, 

A monumental task confronts Dr. Earle 
who confesses that he would read the library 
if he had time, and Dr. Shrader would assist 
him when he is not browsing through museums. 
On the lookout for rare pieces, Dr. Shields 
haunts quaint antique shops. The artist in him 
keeps Dr. Groves busy, and the Muse of the 
organ calls to Professor Spangenberg. 

Professor Lunn has an eye for archi- 
tectural interest in his study of history; Pro- 
fessor Cove occupies herself with missionary 
and children's work. While Professor Mann 
and Dr. Harper stalk the deer, Professor 
Babcock may be found hiking in answer to the 
subtle lure of Nature. 





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Another busy day begins at E. N. C. as Ray 
Carpenter wearily turns off his alarm at five minutes to seven 
— just in time for breakfast (1). Classes and the work of 
the day begin almost immediately. In Room 8 Professor 
Harper and "Bill" Restrick discuss metaphysics (2) while 
other "philosophers" prepare an argument. Noted for 
his ability to do at least three things at the same time, Pro- 
fessor Mann dictates to Ann Wright (3) and answers his 
telephone. On the new three-dimension map Professor 
Earle points out the geography of the Bible to his Biblical 
Lit majors (4), and over in the Canterbury Professor Cove 
guides June Hamilton in the interpretation of a Bach fugue 
(5). Rhetoric or history? Which is absorbing William Lusk 
now? (6). Solemnly Robert Maybury ponders over an 
intricate scientific puzzle. (6) 

While David Sparks and Rachel Stockwell en- 
joy lunch together (8), Edward Dell consults an "unknown" 
about a Camera write-up. And here are the lab 
assistants: Norma MacEdward, Irene Willwerth, and 
diminutive Janice Perry. (9) Professor Babcock prefers to 
remain background circumstances. 

Scales or arias, Cassandra Swinhoe takes every- 
thing in her stride as Mrs. Esther Williamson watches with 
a critical eye. (10) Back to third floor of the Ad Building, 










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bottles and tubes, and Dorothy Wells, Arabella Bunting, 
and Robert Maybury, with Dr. Shrader. (11). E. N. C. adopts 
a new engineering program, and Robert Lawrence listens 
with interest to a careful explanation by Professor Naylor. 
(12) In the new psychology lab Professor Shields points 
out an important method for an experiment while Marguerite 
Cherdron examines sober Mary Jane Keffer for her blood 
pressure (13). The mail is in, and Alice George shares the 
latest from her servicemen's correspondence with Ruth 
Sickler and Cassandra Swinhoe (14). Ever-helpful Professor 
Soteriades shows Robert Lawrence where to find certain 
information (1 5). The library is unusually hushed and orderly. 

A few moment of relaxation before resuming 
the evening's study (16). Gordon Malony looks suspiciously 
at Phoebe Lusk, but Edward Dell, Robert Jones, and Cath- 
erine DeCassio seem quite contented. Before the crowd 
comes coke, a sandwich, and a friendly chat at the popular 
Dugout (17). Lights burn late in the printing shop, for 
George Delp and Myron Richey must turn out printed 
programs for Friday night (18). 

And so to bed, after a midnight snack of peanut 
butter and crackers, perhaps, a last attempt to study for the 
Lit exam, and sleepy retrospect over a day at Eastern 
Nazarene College. 






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FRED J. SHIELDS 



FLOYD W. NEASE 



God Hath Led Us 



A quarter of a century ago Eastern 
Nazarene College; with Rev. Fred James 
Shields as president, purchased the property 
of the Quincy Mansion School here in Wol las- 
ton. Since that time, under the leadership of 
Rev. Floyd W. Nease, Rev. R. Wayne Gard- 
ner, and Dr. G. B. Williamson, the college has 
progressed triumphantly. It has constructed 
comfortable dormitories and the Fowler 
Memorial Administration Building, secured 
the athletic field, modernized the library and 
laboratories, built and later renovated the 
gymnasium. 

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 



has granted to E. N. C. charters for conferring 
four degrees. This past year the New Eng- 
land Association of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools elected Eastern Nazarene College 
as an member institution, and the intense work 
of the Administration culminated in the 
underwriting of the entire mortgage. 

Through the years God has guided us. 
For twenty-five years He has worked through 
the faithful presidents, the faculty, the alumni, 
and the supporting church members of the 
educational zone. To God goes all the glory 
and the praise for these victories. "With 
God all things are possible." 



the years 




R. WAYNE GARDNER G. B. WILLIAMSON BERTHA MUNRO, DEAN 




YESTERDAY 




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1. Lt. Gondall Foster, Prisoner of War 

2. Cpl. Henry Hadley 

3. A/C B. Dale Powell 

4. A/C James N. Lehman 

5. Pvt. Louis A. Hedberg 

6. Lt. Paul Peffer 

7. Harold Slocum 

8. Lt. Robert Hammar 

9. Lt. Vincent Relyea 

10. Kenneth Sullivan 

11. Cpl. Paul J. Eby 

12. Cpl. Earl R. Brinkman 
Pvt. Ed. Chetakian 
E. P. Banham 
Pvt. Andrew F. Rankin 

16. Pfc. Alton Higgins 

17. Pvt. Harry R. Cowles 

18. Major Wilbur A. Free 

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21. Lt. George E. Marple 

22. Cadet J. C. Dixon 

23. Lt. Arpod J. Artwohl 

24. Robert Timm 

25. Cpl. Cleveland Insco 

26. Pfc. E. C. Lovejoy 

27. Charles W. Akers 

28. Cpl. R. A. Stumpf 

29. Pvt. Ray Stewart 

30. Sgt. Karl Ward 

31. Lt. Tondra Border 

32. Pfc. Clarence Bish 

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\ Cpl. Lowell Crutcher 

34. Pilot Vernon Mullen 

35. Cpl. Fred Haynes 

36. Sgt. Arlington Visscher 

37. Francis P. Cook 




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Albany 



New York 



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a song 



Crusaders 



Clifford, Nielson, Summerscales, J. Maybury 




Professor Edward S. Mann 



In preparation for a year of victory the 
quartets representing Eastern Nazarene College 
were busy all through the summer recruiting new 
students. Travelling through the six New England 
states and New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mary- 
land, and north of the border into Canada, the 
Ambassadors, Crusaders, Gospelaires, and King's 
Men advertised the college. Besides trying to 
find prospective students, the quartets worked 
for the mortgage-burning campaign, helping to 
underwrite the entire debt. Throughout the year, 
the Gospelaires have gone out for week-end 
services in the nearby churches. 



THE KING'S MEN 



Curry, Hanks, Davis 




in their hearts 




Ambassadors 



D. Brickley, Hawk, Pearsall, D. Freese 







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President G. B. Williamson 




Professor Albert F. Harper 



THE GOSPELAIRES 



Clifford, Hawk, Stemm, Summerscales 





rth Row: Ladd, Sturtevant, Dell, Riehey, J. Harris 

rd Row: Bailey, Hazelton, Hilgar, Mason, Amos, Professor Shields, Professor Naylor, Mrs. Goodnow, Professor 

Goodnow, Professor Groves, Prouse W. Lusk, Allison, P. Freese 
ond Row: 3. Naylor, Brown, M. Cubie, V. L. Jones 
nt Row: M. Park, M. E. Harris, D. Smith, Plante, George, D. Payne 




Professor Jasper R. Naylor, Dean 



With a record enrollment of over seventy students the sum- 
mer session of Eastern Nazarene College offered throughout June and July 
the equivalent of a semester's work. 

Like many other colleges E. N. C. has provided this oppor- 
tunity for additional insiruction chiefly to accommodate those young men 
who are subject to call into the service. 

Living on a campus beautified by colorful flowers and cool 
shade trees is an inspiration for relaxed study. Not only do the students 
advance scholastically, but they also make progress spiritually under the 
influence of the consecrated faculty. The Administration believes that a 
young person will benefit in every way from the Christian environment that 
surrounds this accelerated program. 



Fourth Row: L. White, A. Mason, W. Cole, E. Dell, W. Lutton, H. L. Sturtevant, C. Maybury, P. Rogers, 

G. Gross, R. Lawrence, J. Harris, R. Rapalje. 
Third Row: A. Wachtel, L. Foster, M. Park, II. Cassidy, A. Browne, D. Sparks, W. Lusk, F. Haselton, P. 

Freese, H. Amos, D. Strack, R. Prouse. 
Second Row: I. Plante, M. Phillips, D. Payne, G. White, V. Taylor, J. Naylor, M. Richey, M. Ladd, L. Allison, 

G. Hilgar, R. Carpenter. 
Front Row: L. Staten, L. Brown, H. George, V. T. Groves, G. Naylor, K. Goodnow, M. Coffin, V. Kerling, D. Smith, 



Summer 



Session 




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Schedule of Events 



September 14 Munro Hall overflows into the Mansion annex and Willow House as a record 
number of new girls take possession just before registration. 

September 15 Reverend Purkhiser of Youngstown, Ohio, stimulates a high spiritual tide on 
campus with his searching messages during the opening convention. 

September 27 Alphas are final victors in the afternoon field events for boys and girls while 
the "Nautilus" takes action shots. 

October 7 The rustic atmosphere of cider and hill-billy music pervades the hearty fun 
of the annual fall party. 

October 12 Speech majors Jessie McCullough, Irving Jones, and Kenneth Robinson 
are especially effective in a carefully done interpretation of Shakespeare's 
"Merchant of Venice." 

Oct. 21-31 Reverend J. H. Parker, Baltimore evangelist, holds one of E. N. C.'s greatest 
revival meetings as Spirit-led students gather about the altar. 

November 5 Students, faculty members, and friends tramp through freshly decorated 
dormitories on the evening of Open House. New girls' dormitories open 
for inspection for the first time, elicit many "Ohs!" and "Ahs!" 

November 11 In a chapel service to commemorate Armistice Day, Professor Alice Spangen- 
berg reads letters from the E. N. C. servicemen. 

November 12 Gammas present a patriotic program tracing the development of American 
freedom from days of "Yankee Doodle" to the modern "Coming In On a 
Wing and a Prayer." 



November 19 "Fiesta en Espana" — medley of romantic music and readings. Beta Friday 
night. 

November 25 Turkey dinner sounds the keynote of heartfelt thanks for scores of blessings 
on this Thanksgiving Day. 

November 26 Alphas present Thanksgiving program showing specific God-given boons 
for which we can be thankful. 

December 3 "Day of rejoicing". Eastern Nazarene College becomes a member of the 
New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools." 

December 7 Pearl Harbor anniversary and Student Council presents Elizabeth Earle, 
missionary who embarked from the Gripsho'm one day preceding. She 
relates her experiences in Japanese-occupied Pearl Harbor in a stimulating 
message. 

December 17 "Unto us a child is born" — the A Cappella Choir presents its annual pro- 
gram of music from the "Messiah." Ever-thrilling. 

December 20 On the eve of Christmas vacation, the Christmas banquet runs the gamut of 
this season's emotions in song and story. "Pius" Santa Claus with his pack 
and a Christmas dinner. 

January 4 "Rested up" students return for second semester studies and activities. 

January 7 Lois Emery captures the trophy in a close Bible reading contest. 

January 13 Final (groan) exams! 

January 25 Thirty-three new students matriculate for the second semester, and we look 
'em over for potential talent and brains. Pretty promising. 



February 14 Leap Year and Valentine's Day combine in the festive mood of this annual 
formal party. This year it's held in the renovated gymnasium, and we vote 
orchids to Ruth Anderson and her committees for a lively (and lovely) program. 



February 25 Vesy Stemm sings the "Figaro" aria in an unforgettable orchestra concert. 



March 2-12 Spring revival, under the evangelism of Rev. A. B. Carey, makes real spiritual 

advancement among students. 
March 29-April 3 Brief breathing spell to counteract that mid-semester slump. 



April 10-14 Senior comprehensive examinations cause haggard faces and general atmos- 
phere of hushed anxiety and fervent study. 



April 21 Irving Jones in his senior recital presents an interpretation of the life of 

David, "The Shepherd King." 



April 28 Jessie McCullough gives a sensitive and charming "Cyrano de Bergerac." 



May 2 Junior-Senior Day and all it implies for upperclassmen. Freshmen and sopho- 

mores enjoy the impressive novelty of the chapel ceremony, but are kept 
ignorant of the rest of the day, as juniors play host to seniors in a round of 
joyous activities. The formal banquet is the piece de resistance of E. N. C. 
social life. 



May 12 Finals again, in spite of spring fever. Kenneth Robinson's senior recital is a 

cutting of "The Keys of the Kingdom," and most inspiring. 



May 20 Alumni reunion, complete with baseball game and banquet. New children 

invade the campus, together with strains of "Auld Lang Syne." 



May 21 President G. B. Williamson delivers the baccalaureate sermon. 



May 23 Hearts of administration and faculty, students, alumni, and friends of Eastern 

Nazarene College, thrill at the impressive, long-awaited burning of the 
mortgage. 



May 23 Rev. Russell DeLong addresses the forty-one seniors as Commencement speaker. 




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Boggs, Delia 
Calhoun, Lyal 
Cove, Edith 
Dygoski, Louise 
Earle, Ralph 
Goodnow, Mrs. Edith 
Goodnow, Kent 
Groves, Vernon 
Harper, Albert 
Harris, Mary 
Lunn, Mervel 
MacDonald, Duncan 
Mann, Edward 
Munro, Bertha 
Naylor, Jasper 
Nease, Madeline 
Payne, Muriel 
Shields, Fred 
Shrader, James 



Bel Air, Md. 

Millers, Md. 

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5 Ridgeway St., Wollaston, Mass. 

5 Ridgeway St., Wollaston, Mass. 

5 Ridgeway St., Wollaston, Mass. 

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Soteriades, Evangelos 71 Marlboro Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Spangenberg, Alice 105 Grand Ave., Medford, Mass. 

Williamson, Audrey 41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Williamson, Esther 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Williamson, Gideon 41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Young, Samuel 29 Dunbarton Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Zimmerman, Elizabeth 48 Cushing St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Amos, Harvey 
Anderson, Esther 
Anderson, Ruth 
Andrews, Paul 
Ardrey, William 
Austin, Marie 



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Ballinger, Mrs. Dorothy Verona, Wis. 



Bansmere, Harry 
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Bass, Ruth 
Benson, Dorothy 
Berk, Paul 
Betts, Alberta 
Bigelow, Amelia 
Biscoe, Joseph 
Bolstridge, Avis 
Bowers, Mrs. Donna 
Bowers, Frank 
Boyd, Ruth 
Brewer, Curtis 
Brickley, Helen 
Brinker, Luke 
Brown, H. Weston 
Brown, Louise 
Browne, Agnes 
Bryner, Dorothy 
Bunting, Arabella 



23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

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805 Augusta Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Skowhegan, Me. 

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23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

227 Goodrich St., Erie, Pa. 

175 Townsend St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1355 Robbins Ave., Niles, Ohio 

222 S. Franklin St., Allentown, Pa. 

20 Paige St., Owego, N. Y. 

Willow Lane, Portsmouth, R. I. 

27 Graham St., Gardner, Mass. 

R.D. No. 1, Claysville, Pa. 

Sanborn Rd., Ashtabula, Ohio 



STUDENTS: Calhoun, J. Lyal Millers, Md. 

" Carlson, Marcia 102-06 Remington St., Jamaica, N. Y. 

Adams, Violet Highland Ave., Gardiner, Me. Caronia, Eleanor 44 Southern Pkwy, E. Hempstead, N. Y. 

Aldridge, David 69 Copley St., Wollaston, Mass. Cassidy, Helen 104 E. Edward St., Union, N. Y. 

Allen, Frances 10 Watkins St., Wollaston, Mass. Charrette, Raymond 385 Bridge Ave., Windsor, Ont., Can. 

Allison, Dona'd Vanderbilt, Pa. Chatfield, Lucile R.F.D. , Brandon, Vt. 

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Cherdron, Marguerite 14159 Euclid Ave., E. Cleveland, O. 

Chetakian, Nevart 155 6th St., Lowell, Mass. 

Church, Clifford R.D. No. 1, Mogadore, Ohio 

Clark, Paul 423 E. First St., Uhrichsville, Ohio 

Clark, Ruth 423 E. First St., Uhrichsville, Ohio 

Clifford, Raymond Robert 

5648 Des Erables St., Montreal, Ontario, Canada 

Cody, Thelma 9 Greenleaf PI., Melrose, Mass. 

Coffin, Mary R.D. No. 2, Pierpont, Ohio 

Cole, C. William Sergeantsville, N. J 

Collins, Ruth R.F.D. No. 1, Box 38, Bradford, Pa 

Conser, Helen 22 N. Portland Ave., Ventnor, N. J 

Cooper, Sara R.D. No. 2, Columbiana, Ohio 

Corrie, Ruth Robertsdale, Pa 

Cross, Frederick Grant 37 Church St., Weston, Ont., Can 



Cross, Thora 
Cubie, Agnes 
Cubie, Alexander 
Cubie, Martha 
Cuff, Edna 
Curry, Vernon 
Cushing, Ralph 



Darling, Harold 
Davis, Leland 
De Cassio, Catherine 
Dell, Edward 
Delp, George 
Dickinson, Harriett 
Dickson, DeWitt 
Dixon, Esther 
Dixon, Wallace 
Douglas, Pauline 
Doverspike, Viola 



37 Church St., Weston, Ont., Can 

8 Taft Ave., Haverhill, Mass 

62 Sachem St., Wollaston, Mass 

62 Sachem St., Wollaston, Mass 

65 Burlington Ave., Bridgeton, N. J 

226 East 26th St., Erie, Pa 

93 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass 



709 Fellsway West, Medford, Mass. 

921 Bradshaw Ave., E. Liverpool, Ohio 

187 Hancock St., Springfield, Mass. 

2400 S.W. 24th St., Miami 33, Fla. 

645 N. 16th St., Allentown, Pa. 

Venice Center, N. Y. 

66 Grand Ave., Freeport, N. Y. 

1830 4th St., New Brighton, Pa. 

2807 Bayonne Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

4 Genesee Ave., Binghamton, N. Y. 

R. No. 3, Mayport, Pa. 



Dunlap, Margaret Hanover St., R.D. No. 1, Potfstown, Pa. 



Dunn, Sydney 



Eckmeyer, William 
Emery, Eleanor 



709 Longwood St., Baltimore, Md. 



Emery, Lois 
Emmel, J. Robert 
Ewing, Mary Jane 



Farrell, Dorothy 
Flowers, Marquis 
Flowers, Panzie 
Foster, Ray 
Freese, J. Donald 
Freese, Paul 
Friend, Esther 



Gale, Irma 
George, Alice 
Granger, Beryl 
Gray, Merle 
Greene, Max 



25 Franklin St., Warren, Pa. 

360 Stonycreek St., Johnstown, Pa. 

R.D. No. 1, Polk, Pa. 



326 Main St., Wellsville, Ohio 
138 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
138 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
2601 Seminole Ave., Ashland, Ky. 
3849 Central Ave., Shadyside, Ohio 
3849 Central Ave., Shadyside, Ohio 
Acosta, Pa. 



15 Endicott St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

73 S. Broadway, Pennsville, N. J. 

117 Prospect St., Warren, Pa. 

R.D. No. 3, Box 128, Warren, Pa. 

1422 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 



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Grimm, Lena Box 378, Bethesda, Ohio 

Grimm, Estella Rebecca 1 206 Avondale St., E. Liverpool, O. 
Grosse, Eunice 3311 Gainesville St., S.E., Washington, D.C. 



62 Sachem St., Wollaston, Mass. 
25 Franklin St., Warren, Pa. 



Hall, Evelyn 
Hall, Viola 
Hamilton, V. June 
Hamilton, Richard 
Hanks, Carl 
Harding, Ruth 
Hardy, D. Christine 
Harr, Carl 
Harris, John 
Harris, Mary Belle 
Harris, Mary E. 
Harris, Paul 
Harvey, Priscilla 
Haselton, Frank 
Hawk, Richard 



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701 E. Lincoln Way, Lisbon, Ohio 

Bridgewater, Me. 

Victoria, Va. 

Alum Bank, Pa. 

701 E. Lincoln Way, Lisbon, Ohio 

138 N. Center St., Bradford, Pa. 

701 E. Lincoln Way, Lisbon, Ohio 

262 Ohio Ave., Providence, R. I. 

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Wilmington, N. Y. 

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Hawks, Martha 408 S. Olden Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Hawn, Martha Berlin Center, Ohio 

Hedberg, Ruth 107 Grove Ave., Patchogue, N. Y 

Heinlein, Evelyn R.F.D. No. 7, Butler, Pa 

Herrschaft, Patricia 8167 Woodhaven Blvd., Brooklyn, N.Y 



Higgins, Mary E. 
Hilgar, Arthur Gilbert 
Horton, Ellis 
Houlette, Ruth 
Hurlbutt, Marjorie 
Hurless, Launa 



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West Sunbury, Pa 

Broad Top, Pa 

1217-24th St., Beaver Falls, Pa 

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Jones, Guida Bino, N. C. 

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Jones, Theda Woodland Ave., R.D. No. 2, Norristown, Pa. 
Jones, Vivian L. N. Hyde Park, Vt. 

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Jordan, Donald R.F.D. No. 2, Livermore Falls, Me. 

Jordan, G. Vernon 1 34 Old Colony Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Jordick, Sylvia Route No. 2, Bellaire, Ohio 



Karl, Rosemarie 
Keffer, Anna Mae 
Keffer, Mary Jane 
Kerling, Vanetta 
Klaiss, Bertha 
Knox, Iva 
Koffel, Irma 



1861 Hayden, E. Cleveland, Ohio 

135 12th St. N.E., New Phila., Ohio 

135 12th St. N.E., New Phila., Ohio 

Three Springs, Pa. 

48 Saint Marks PI., New York, N. Y. 

Glencoe, Ohio 

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Ladd, Merrill 
Lanpher, Muriel 
Lappin, Agnes 
Larrabee, Muriel 
Lawrence, Robert 



Lee, Doris 905 E. 20th St., Erie, Pa. 

Leete, Ruth 364 Belmont Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

Lewis, Richard 245 Newbury Ave., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Lilley, Mary 90 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Lockhart, Paul 2877 Morrison St., Akron 12, Ohio 

Lunn, Sylvia East Douglas, Mass. 

Lusk, Phoebe 247 Beacon St., Lowell, Mass. 

Lusk, William 247 Beacon St., Lowell, Mass. 

Lutton, William 320 Euclid St., Corry, Pa. 



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Manning, Marion 
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Mason, Alfred 
May, Golden 
Maybury, John 
Maybury, P. Calvin 
Maybury, Robert 
Minott, Theodore 
Mitchell, Florence 
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Springboro, Md. 
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3305 Lincoln Ave., Shadyside, Ohio 
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Moultonville, N. H. 
316 S. Pacific Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
305 Euclid Ave., Trenton, N. J. 
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4 Granville Ave., Danbury, Conn. 
152 Main St., Ridgway, Pa. 
Mobberly, Bernadine 537 Madison Ave., Cambridge, O. 
Moore, Ernest Randlett St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Moore, Paul 3537 N. Mervine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Moore, Violet 3537 N. Mervine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Musnug, Vivian 613 Eleanor Ave., Scottdale, Pa. 

MacPherson, Walter, Jr. 11 Jackson St., Lowville, N. Y. 
McCullough, Jessie 333 E. Front Ave., New Phila., Ohio 
McCusker, Doris 4402 Denison Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 

McEdward, Norma Union, Me. 

McElhenny, Anna 11 Rhodes Ave., Collingdale / Pa. 

McKinney, Kathryn R.F.D. No. 1, W. Chazy, N. Y. 



R.F.D. No. 1, Swanton, Vt. 

Morrisville, Vt. 

4123 Bailey Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 

Riverside St., Milo, Me. 

Wilmington, N. Y. 

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39 Hunt St., N. Quincy, Mass. 
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Palmer, Vera R.F.D. No. 1, Skowhegan, Me. 

Park, Irene Washington Blvd., N. Bellmore, N. Y. 

Park, R. Miriam Box 161, Bellmore, N. Y. 

Parker, Maynard Brooktondale, N. Y. 

Parks, Lucille 207 S. Fifth St., Allentown, Pa. 

Parry, John 1105 Washington Ave., Portland, Me. 

Patton, Jay 73 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Payne, Dana 57 Courier Blvd., Kenmore, N. Y. 

Pearsall, Kenneth 77 Robertson Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y. 

Perry, Janice 525 W. Glenaven, Youngstown, Ohio 

Phillips, Marion 122 Greenwood Ave., E. Orange, N. J. 

Pinkerton, Franklin 435 S. Orange St., Media, Pa. 

Plante, B. Irene Jerome, Pa. 

Prouse, H. Rowland National Park, N. J. 



Rapalje, Frances 138 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Rapalje, Robert 138 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Restrick, William 404 Cedar Ave., Collingswood, N. J. 
Retter, Donald 14 Randall St., S. Portland, Me. 

Rex, Edward 134 California St., Fayette City, Pa. 

Rice, George R.D. No. 1, Franklin, Pa. 

Richardson, Allen, Jr. 11 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 
Richeal, Florence R. No. 1, W. Mayfield, Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Richey, Myron 2718 Idlewood Ave., Youngstown, Ohio 
Roberts, Cuba Madill, Okla. 

Robinson, Kenneth 118 Edgewood Ave., Grove City, Pa. 
Rogers, Lloyd 710 W. End Ave., Hempstead, N. Y. 

Rogers, Paul 158 Golden Hill Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

Rosenhammer, Rita 22 Hawthorne Ave., Hempstead, N. Y. 
Ross, Myra Robertsdale, Pa. 



Schlosser, Ruth R.D. No. 3, Pierpont, Ohio 

Scott, Eileen R.F.D. No. 1, Lisbon, Ohio 

Scott, John Valley Camp St., Warren, Ohio 

Sharpe, Mary Bass River, Nova Scotia, Canada 

Shaw, Margaret R.F.D. No. 2, Augusta, Me. 

Shoff, Louise 1830 Ridge Ave., Warren, Ohio 

Sickler, Ruth 177 Richmond St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Simms, Vera Glencoe, Ohio 

Slick, Roy 2668 W. Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. 

Smith, Astrid 28 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Smith, Dorothy R.F.D. No. 2, Waterville, Me. 

Smith, Elizabeth R.F.D. No. 2, Waterville, Me. 

Smith, Emogene Woodbine, Pa. 

Smith, Ernest 28 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Smith, Janet R.D. No. 1, Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Smith, Joseph 485 14th St., Charlottesville, Va. 

Smith, Keith R.F.D. No. 2, Waterville, Me. 

Snowden, Charlotte 107 Harvard Ave., W. Medford, Mass. 

Sparks, David Box 635, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada 

Stanford, A. Roland Box 319, Windsor, N. S., Canada 

Starnes, Anna Jane Laurel, Dela. 

Staten, Leona Box 28, Bergholz, Ohio 

Stemm, Donnabelle 29 Channing St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Stemm, Vesy 29 Channing St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Stetson, Thelma 183 Stanford St., S. Portland, Me. 

Stiles, Marilyn Altona, N. Y. 

Stockwell, Rachel 14 S. Lincoln St., Gardner, Mass. 

Strack, David 116 Maple Ave., Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Sturtevant, H. Leroy Milo, Me. 

Summerscales, William 

43 Lottridge Ave. N., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 

Sutherin, Wanda 607 N. 4th St., Toronto, Ohio 

Sumner, Mary R.D. No. 1, Box 11, Oxford, Pa. 

Swenk, Alma 123 Rhodes Ave., Collingdale, Pa. 

Swinhoe, Cassandra 134 River Ave., Belle Vernon, Pa. 



Sabine, Mary 79 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Sabine, Ralph 79 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Sabine, Ronald 79 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Savage, Frederick 90 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Savage, Isabelle 90 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Sawyer, Robert 306 Dennison Ave., Akron 12, Ohio 

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Taylor, Doris 
Taylor, Lila 
Taylor, William 
Temple, Helen 
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R.F.D. No. 1, Cape May, N. J. 

Third St., Wadsworth, Ohio 

15 Orchard St., Wharton, N. J. 

80 Pond St., Hopkinton, Mass. 



Terwilliger, Clarence 

218 Williams Ave., Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 

Thomas, Donald 1515 Penna. Ave., Monaca, Pa. 

Thomas, Edward 47 Ridgeway St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Thorne, Jean 518 Ohio Ave., Salem, Ohio 

Thorp, Juanita S. Woodbury, Vt. 

Tidball, Seth 405 12th Ave., Two Harbors, Minn. 

Turner, Bettie Leesburg, Va. 

Turpel, Ethel 161 Essex St., Saugus, Mass. 



Wooledge, Emma 
Wright, Anne 
Wright, Austin 



Zimmerman, Marvin 



102 Remington St., Black River, N. Y. 

Leesburg, Va. 

175 Broadway, S. Portland, Me. 



27 Vassall St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Utter, Robert 



U 

Berkshire Rd., Wharton, N. J. 



Van Dressar, Emma Irene 

49 Walton St., Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 



W 

Wachtel, Alexander 137 Greenkill Ave., Kingston, N. Y. 
Ward, Audrey 216 Hatt St., Dundas, Ontario, Canada 

Warmkessel, Dorothea 1131 S. Tenth St., Allentown, Pa. 
Warmkessel, Loretta 1131 S. Tenth St., Allentown, Pa. 

516 S. 15th St., Sebring, Ohio 
42 E. Federal St., Niles, Ohio 
51 Hale St., Beverly, Mass. 
Box 41, S. Egremont, Mass. 
633 Linden St., Bethlehem, Pa. 
93 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
477 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
32 Burnside St., Providence, R. I. 
Middlefield, Ohio 
102 Hancock St., Brooklyn 16, N. Y. 
Sandy Creek, N. Y. 
318 Sunset Ave., Ephrata, Pa. 
477 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
32 Sandwich Rd., Wareham, Mass. 
116 N. Dawson St., Uhrichsville, Ohio 
Cochranton, Pa. 
Woodcook, Jerry 1 36 Old Colony Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Woodward, Irma 10 Watkins St., Wollaston, Mass. 

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Watkins, Martha 
Weaver, Ruth Erlaine 
Webster, Louise 
Wells, Dorothy 
Whetstone, Cornelius 
White, Mrs. Florence 
White, Gene 
White, Grace R. 
White, Laurence 
Wiggins, Beulah 
Williams, Oliver 
Willwerth, Irene 
Wise, F. Franklyn 
Wolf, George 
Wood, M. Jean 
Woodcock, Edith 



ACADEMY: 

Aldridge, Veramae 386 Bow St., Stockdale, Pa. 

Andrews, George 103 Clayton Ave., Laurel, Dela. 

Best, Marian 218 N. Mercer Ave., New Brighton, Pa. 

Bishop, Jane 119 Canton St., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Boggs, Mary Indian Head, Md. 

Brooks, L. Joyce 158 Sheridan Ave., Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Carpenter, Ray 26 Payson St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Churchill, Clarence Conneautville, Pa. 

Coffin, Ted 118 Roberts Ave., Haddonfield, N. J. 

Domingues, Frank 95 Jenney St., New Bedford, Mass. 

2743 Harlem Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
2814 Georgia Ave., Baltimore 27, Md. 
1861 Hayden Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 
240 Pine St., Wollaston, Mass. 
5 Ridgeway St., Wollaston, Mass. 
25 Webster St., Somerville, Mass. 



Elliott, Eunice 

Elliott, Pauline 

Flueck, Marion 

Foster, Lois 

Goodnow, Robert 

Gracey, Sylvia 

Harbula, Margaret 26 King St., R.D. No. 1, Pennsgrove, N.J. 



272 Harvard St., Wollaston, Mass. 
23 Grant St., Tonawanda, N. Y. 
Brooktondale, N. Y. 
R.D. No. 4, Mercer, Pa. 
Union St. Springboro, Pa. 
604 Claymont St., Baltimore, Md. 
2407 Arunah Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
Kinney, Alverda 227 Overdale St., Morgantown, W. Va. 
Lewis, Ruth 57 E. Bend Ave., N. Hamtilon, Ont., Canada 
Maddox, Meredith 38 Buckingham Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 
Marz, Edith Sinclairville, N. Y. 

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Hayes, Lloyd 
Heckman, Henry 
Hilsinger, Carrie 
Holder, Jeannette 
Holets, Gladys 
Jones, Idoline 
Jones, Robert 



Maser, Dorotha 3254 Guernsey St., Bellaire, Ohio Russell, Robert 5532 Main Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 

Melnick, Mary Pennsville, Auburn Rd., Deepwater, N. J. Roun, Glenys 49 Huron Or., Dorchester 24, Mass. 

Moore, Dorothy Randlett St., Wollaston, Mass. Shuck, Wessie Jean 5002 S.E. O St., Washington, D. C. 

Naylor, Jean 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. Slatcher, William 541 Cooper St., Laurel, Dela. 

Northcott, Laura 90 Humber Blvd., Toronto, Ont., Can. Taylor, Viola 358 Westmoreland Ave., Toronto, Ont., Can. 

Pangle, Peggy Charlotte, N. C. Thurber, Everest W. Chazy, N. Y. 

Pennington, Luther, Jr. 18 Glen St., Rensselaer, N. Y. Turkington, Marion 23 Orchard St., Manchester, Conn. 

Reed, Donald 314 Ridgeway Ave., E. Liverpool, Ohio Wheeler, Emily Box 209, E. Douglas, Mass. 

Rice, Gene R.F.D. No. 1, Franklin, Pa. Wilson, William Earl 106 Miland Ave., Oil City, Pa. 

Rich, Albert Pine Ave., Livermore Falls, Me. Woodward, Margaret 77 Main St., Blackstone, Mass. 

Riley, Sophie 694 E. 24th St., Paterson, N. J. Wylie, William 38 Greenview St., Quincy, Mass. 



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EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 

Membership Institution of New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools 

Member Association of American Colleges 
(the national organization of accredited institutions of learning) 

Liberal Arts Divinity Studies Fine Arts 

Sciences Engineering Teaching Humanities 

Pre-medicine Pre-nursing 

New courses in Collegiate Nursing — B.S. with Certificate in Nursing in Five Years 

THE COLLEGE WITH A MISSION 



Summer Session 
Registration May 25 

Accommodations Limited 



Apply Early 



Fall Session 
Registration September 12 

Reasonable Rates 



Young men who have completed their junior year at high school may enter college 
conditionally on recommendation of their principals 

Entrance requirements can be completed during the college freshman year 



AKRON DISTRICT 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Rev. O. L. Benedum, District Superintendent 



Advisory Board 
CHARLES C. HANKS 
IRA R. AKERS 
E. S. CARMAN 
S. S. BENNETT 



"GLORY" 



E. N. C. Trustees 
O. L. BENEDUM 
IRA R. AKERS 
E. S. CARMAN 
E. A. PEFFER 



District Secretary 
C. B. WOOD 

District Treasurer 

CHARLES C. HANKS 

W. F. M. S. President 
MARY B. AKERS 

N. Y. P. S. District President 
HOWARD T. LEWIS 



A district with a constant vision for Eastern Nazarene College continued success and victory 



ALBANY DISTRICT 

Most Challenging District in the Church 

Annual Camp Meeting at 

BROOKTONDALE, NEW YORK 

July 21-30, 1944 



WORKERS 
DR. D. SHELBY CORLETT and REV. C. B. FUGET, Evangelists 
FRANK C. SMITH, Song Leader 
REV. ARTHUR W. GOULD, Choir Director 
MRS. LOUISE HAWK, Children's Worker 
MRS. HELEN FRY, Pianist 



Compliments of 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


FIRST CHURCH 


Bel Air, Md. 


OF THE NAZARENE 


REV. NELSON H. HENCK 

Minister 


281 Washington Ave. 


Phone: Bel Air 466-J 


Albany, New York 


Sunday School Superintendent Simon Boggs 


Renard D. Smith, Minister 


N. Y. P. S. President Donald Anderson 
W. F. M. S. President Mrs. Nelson Henck 


"A Booster for E.N. C" 


Compliments of 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Belindale Church of the Nazarene 


119 W. Wilson Avenue 




Bellmore, L. I., N. Y. 


Ridge Road S.E. Warren, Ohio 


A. E. Woodcook, Minister 


Ernest B. Marsh, Minister 




BRIDGETON, NEW JERSEY 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

305 South Avenue 

f 

The Christian Church With a Vital Message 

1 

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 

Worship 11:00 a.m. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:45 p.m. 

Evangelistic Service 7:4:5 p.m. 

Mid-week Service, Thursday 7:4.5 p.m. 

Junior Services 2nd and 4th Thursdays 

OUR MOTTO 

In Essentials Unity 

In Non-Essentials Liberty 

In All Things Charity 

"To Meet Human Needs in Spiritual Life." 

Rev. Milton H. Taylor, Minister 




Sunday School Supt. 

Joseph Stokes 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. 

Miss Ruth Kline 

W. F. M. S. Pres. 

Mrs. C. L. Arnold 



Sunday School 


9:30 


Worship 


10:45 


N. Y. P. S. 


7:00 


Evangelistic Service 


7:4.5 


Mid-week Prayer 




Wednesday 


7:45 


Rev. Clarence L. Am 


old 


Minister 




712 Oak Street 




Bloomsburg 




Pennsylvania 





CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

250 East Seventh Street 

Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 



FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

240 Main Street 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

'A TRUE HOLINESS CHURCH" 



Sunday Services 

Church School 9:45 a.m. 

Worship 10:45 a.m. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:30 p.m. 




Evangelistic Service 



7:30 p.m. 



E. J. WILSON 

Pastor 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Bradford, Pa. 

55 N. BENNETT STREET 



Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent Peter Grennon 

N. Y. P. S. President 

W. F. M. S. President Mrs. Eunice Schlosser 

Treasurer John N. Fichtner, Sr. 



REV. C. G. SCHLOSSER, Minister 

114 N. Bennett Street 

Bradford, Pa. 



'Christ — the great central figure in the history of the World" 




PROMOTING E. N. C. 

. . . with Prayer 
. . . with Enthusiasm 
. . . with Students 
. . . with Finance 



EVERETT S. PHILLIPS, Pastor 
2424 Harlem Avenue 
Gil: 5297 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Whitmore Ave., South of Edmondson 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Sunday School . . . . . . . . 9:45 

Morning Worship ....... 11 :00 

N. Y. P. S. . 6:30 

Evening Service . . . . . . . 7:30 

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday . . . . . 8:00 

Radio Ministry — Saturday evening 11:30- 11:45 
WBAL, 1100 on the dial 



WHEN IN BALTIMORE 
WORSHIP WITH US 




REV. GORDON WOODS 

Pastor 



BEACON 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZARENE 

1 Teller Ave. 
Beacon, New York 



THE CHURCH THAT 
ONLY MOVES 
FORWARD" 



Compliments of 

THE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Barberton, Ohio 

Rev. J. Linus Vaughn, Pastor 



Evangelist 

REV. MILDRED R. BROWN 

614 Monroe Avenue 
Bellevue, Pa. 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Bellaire, Ohio 

James H. Jones, Pastor 

"Our Church is an E. N. C. Booster" 



We are located four miles south of Wheeling, W. 
Va. When traveling east or west on U. S. Rt. 40, 
turn south on Rt. 7 at Bridgeport, Ohio, and 
visit us. 



For Your Revival . . . 




Evangelist Gerald T. Bright 

Muncie, Indiana 

. . A Young Man with a Vision for Souls 
. . Nine Years of Outstanding Evangelism 



A native of Muncie, Indiana and known 
throughout Central, Northern, and South- 
Central U. S. A. 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

234 Franklin St. Cambridge, Mass. 

Rev. Henry H. Reeves, Pastor 



Sunday Services 

9:30 A.M. Prayer 

10:00 A.M. Sunday School 

11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 

6:00 P.M. N. Y. P. S. 

7:00 P.M. Evangelistic Service 
Wednesday 

7:30 P.M. Prayer and Praise 




When in Boston make this your Church Home 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

910 Highland Avenue 
Chester, Pa. 



This Church Was Organized 
May 16, 1937 

By the Pastor 
Rev. Charles E. Holloway 



CLIFTONDALE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

60 Essex Street Saugus, Mass. 

Rev. John E. W. Turpel, Pastor 
161 Essex Street Tel.: Saugus 0670-W 

Sunday Services 

10:00 Bible School 
11:00 Worship 
6:00 N. Y. P. S. 
7:00 Evangelism 
7:30 Prayer— Thursday 
This friendly Church solicits your attendance and 
fellowship 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hudson Street 
Dover, New Jersey 

Rev. Estelle Crutcher 
Pastor 



EVANGELIST 
A. B. CAREY 

Elmira, New York 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Collingdale, Pa. 
Staley Ave. and MacDade Blvd. 

Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent Frank Gery 

N. Y. P. S. President Grace Sweigert 

W. F. M. S. President Mrs. F. D. Ketner 

REV. FRANCIS D. KETNER 

Minister 

9.11 MacDade Boulevard 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Carthage, New York 

John L. Vaughn, Minister 

Parsonage: oii Fulton Street 
Telephone: 747 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

2 Granville Ave. 
Danbury, Connecticut 

9:45 Sunday School 

10:00 Preaching Service 

7:30 Prayer 

7:4.5 Evangelistic Service 

7:45 Bible Study, Tuesday 

7:45 People's Prayer Service, Friday 

"The Friendly Church" 

Rev. Lillie Henderson, Pastor 



GREETINGS 



f 



rom 



East Liverpool 
First 

Church or the 




N 



azarene 



'Leading Liverpool to God" 
H. Dale Mitchell, Pastor 



We TRUST— In God 

We BELIEVE — The Bible 

We PREACH — Full Salvation 

We OBEY — The Holy Spirit 

We LOOK — For His Appearing 



We praise God for His gracious blessings upon us throughout this year 



A Successful Church Supporting 

A Successful Eastern Nazarene College 



Compliments of 

The First Church 

of the Nazarene 

Hayden Ave. at Claiborne Road 
EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO 

H. B. MACRORY, Minister 



Worship with Us in a Homey and Friendly 
Atmosphere when in Elmira, New York 

SERVICES 




REV. H. A. PARK, Pastor 

813 Broadway 

Elmira, New York 

Phone: 22124 



Sunday 




Church School 


10:00 a.m. 


Worship 


11:00 a.m. 


N. Y. P. S. 


6:45 p.m. 


Evangelistic 


7:30 p.m. 



Thursday, Prayer and Praise Meeting, 7:30 p.m. 




EVERETT 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

10 Church St. (off Everett Sq. ) 
Everett, Mass. 

DR. RALPH EARLE, JR., Pastor 
6 Cushing Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 
PREsident 9265 



9:15 A.M. 

10:45 A.M. 

6:00 P.M. 

7:00 P.M. 



7:30 P.M. 



Sunday 

Church School 
Morning Worship 
N. Y. P. S. 
Evening Service 

Thursday 

Prayer Meeting 



"We Preach Christ Crucified' 



FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Eliot, Maine 



Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent 



X. Y. P. S. President 
W. F. M. S. President 



Eugene Paul 
A. Clinton Paul 
Mrs. R. E. Lock wood 



Rev. R. E. Lockwood, Minister 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Grove City, Pa. 

Russell E. Lewis, Pastor 




s. s. 


9 


:45 


Worship 


11 


:00 


Broadcast 






WISR 


4:05 


X. Y. P. S. 


6 


45 


Evening Service 


7 


:30 


WELCOME 





Church of the Nazarene 

Gardiner, Maine 

Sunday Services 
10:00 Church Bible School 
11:00 Divine Worship 

1:15 Xazarene Gospel Hour WRDO 

6:15 Y. P. Inspirational 

7:30 Evangelistic 

Wednesday 

7:30 Mid-week Devotional 





REV. JOHN W. POOLE 

Minister 

65 Brunswick Avenue 

Gardiner, Maine 

Phone 700 



Congratulations from Haverhill, Massachusetts 

"The Church in the Heart of Whittier Land" 




Services 

Sunday School 
Morning Worship 
X. Y. P. S. 

Evening Service 

Mid-week Meeting 
Wednesday 



10:00 a.m. 
11:00 a.m. 

6:00 p.m. 

7:00 p.m. 

7:30 p.m 



Ladies Prayer Meeting, 

Thursday 2:30 p.m. 

Church Prayer Meeting, 

Friday 7:30 p.m. 




REV. 

JAMES MURRAY 

CUBIE 



affBSS"- 



Haverhill Church (next City Hal 
Founded October 6, 1896 



"In sunny South and Prairied West 
Our exiled hearts remembering still. 
Like bees their hive, like birds their nest, 
The Homes of Haverhill." 

" Kenoza Lake" — John G. Whittier 



CONGRATULATIONS TO EASTERN NAZARENE 

COLLEGE FOR YOUR SPIRITUAL, FINANCIAL 

AND SCHOLASTIC SUCCESS 

from the 

HOOPLE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

"When in Brooklyn we welcome you 
to our services at 64 Menahan Street" 

Rev. Vernon E. Thomas, Pastor 
New York District 



VICTORY THROUGH CHRIST 
AND EVANGELISM 

Proclaiming: The power of God to trans- 
form men into the likeness of His own Son. 

W. WADE JERNIGAN 
Evangelist 

1114 Straightway Ave., Nashville 6, Tenn. 



"A Living Message for Yoii" 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Kingston, N. Y. 
Earl G. Lee, Minister 

"AN E. N. C. BOOSTER- 
WELCOME TO: 

A busy little city 

In Beautiful Ohio 

A spiritual church where you'll feel at home 

A door to fellowship, harmony and Christian service 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

715 N. Mantua St. Kent, Ohio 

Clayton Stouffer, Pastor 



Church of the Nazarene 

Richardson and Derstine Avenues 
Lansdale, Pennsylvania 



REV. H. E. HECKERT 

Pastor 
421 Derstine Ave. 
Tel. Lansdale 4446 




ORDER OF SERVICES 



Sunday: 

9.30 A.M.— Sunday School 
10.35 A.M.— Morning Worship 
7.00 P.M. — Young People's Meeting 

(A service that is different) 
7.45 P.M. — Great Evangelistic Service 



Wednesday : 

8.00 P.M.— Old-Fashioned Prayer Meeting 
You'll not be a stranger here 

Everybody Always Welcome 



Sunday School Superintendent CHARLES BRODHEAD 

N. Y. P. S. President PAUL WINSCH 

W. F. M. S. President MRS. WILLIAM TOMKINSON 

Silver Anniversary Week 

July 23rd to 30th, 1944 



Anniversary 

SUNDAY, JULY 30 

10.30 A.M. and 7.45 P.M. 

MESSAGES BY SPECIAL SPEAKER 
2.30 P.M. 

MORTGAGE BURNING SERVICE 




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Former Pastors 
Returning to Speak 

REV. J. H. PARKER 

Cumberland, Md. 
REV. W. D. SHELOR 

Abderdeen, S. D. 
REV. C. E. RYDER 

Ashland, Ohio 
REV. F. D. KETNER 

Collingdale, Pa. 
REV. C. E. RYDER 

Ashland, Ohio 
REV. F. D. KETNER 

Collingdale, Pa. 



Compliments of 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Lavelle, Pa. 

"The Singing Church, from the Pennsylvania 
Mountains" 

A church that has a real Camp Meeting every Winter 
Permanent date is last two weeks of February 




C. Glenn Bowling, Pastor 



Congratulations Class '44- • • • 

FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

London, Ontario 

Rev. H. R. Brown, Minister 

"Study to show thyself approved unto God a 
workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly 
dividing the word of truth." II Tim. 2: 15 



A FRIEND 



Lowell Nazarenes 

rejoice in the victories 

of E. N. C. 

* * * * 

Faith and works go together; the adminis- 
tration of our college has demonstrated 
both. 

Full program of evangelism at the 

FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

First St., Lowell, Mass. 

E. G. Lusk, Pastor 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

The Church Where You Are Welcome 
Shenango Street Mercer, Pa. 



Sunday Services 
10:00 A.M. Church School 

11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 

6:45 P.M. N. Y. P. S. 

7:30 P.M. Evangelistic Service 

Wednesday 

7:30 P.M. Mid-week Prayer Service 

Friday 

N.Y.P.S. Prayer Service 



7:30 P.M. 



Rev. M. K. Sprow, Pastor 

246 N. Pitt Street 
Mercer, Pennsylvania 




MARITIME DISTRICT 

Church of the Nazarene 

" Nothing impossible to those who 
put their trust in God." 

VACATION CENTER 

of 
Eastern Canada 

When in or near these towns worship 
with us. 



Prince Edward Island 
Summerside 
Alberton 
O'Leary 
Midgell 
Mt. Pleasant 



REV. W. W. TINK 

District Superintendent 



Nova Scotia 
Windsor 
Trenton 
Springhill 
Oxford 

Indian Harbor Lake 
Bass River 
Halifax 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



WHERE 

God is Exalted 

Christ is Lifted Up 

The Holy Ghost is Honored 




AN 

AGGRESSIVE 

PROGRAM 



DEEP INTEREST IN 
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 



L. E. ECKLEY 

District Superintendent 
Dover, New Jersey 



GOING 



GROWING 



GLOWING 



NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 




REV. JOHN N. NIELSON 

Dist. Supt. 
19 Keniston Rd., Melrose, Mass. 



congratulates 



E. I C. 



on achieving 



the graduation of a Splendid class 



the recognition by N. E. Association of Colleges 



the liquidation of debt burning of mortgage 



the improvements in equipment 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Smith and Bruce Streets 
New Bedford, Mass. 



You will enjoy the fellowship 
and friendliness of our church. 
When in the East visit and 
worship with us. 



GEO. BRINKMAN, Pastor 
62 State Street 



Compliments of . . . 




NORWOOD 


CHURCH of the NAZARENE 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


79 Lawrence Street 


71 Chapel Street 


New Haven, Conn. 


Norwood, Mass. 






Church Officers 


R. E. Howard, Pastor 


Sunday School Superintendent E. E. Caspell 




N. Y. P. S. President Ruth Kallgren 




W. F. M. S. President Esther M. Blaney 


A Co-operating Church 


"Jesus Christ the same yester- 




day, and today, and forever." 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




Newburgh 
New York 


Rev. H. J. S. Blaney 

130 Helen Street 
Hamden 14, Connecticut 


Edwin J. Freeh Pastor 


Telephone 6-9436 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Pine and Freedly Sts. 
Norristown, Pennsylvania 

Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent Charles Buler 

N. Y. P. S. President Arthur McKenzie 

W. F. M. S. President Mrs. Kames Smith 

Pastor 

Rev. Boyd M. Long 

141"2 Markley Street 

Norristown, Pennsylvania 

Telephone 4053-W 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Falls and Beaver Streets 
New Castle, Pa. 

Church Officers 
Sunday School Superintendent Mrs. D. R. Nuzum 

N. Y. P. S. President Bernice Boozle 

W. F. M. S. President Mrs. Margaret Walls 

Pastor 

Rev. D. R. Nuzum 

27 West Falls Street 

New Castle, Pennsylvania 

Telephone 3968-R 




THE 

ONTARIO DISTRICT 

Rev. Robert F. Woods 
Superintendent 



'A New District — Wide Awake — 

Full of Opportunity' 



ROBERT F. WOODS 

District Superintendent 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Rev. R. F. Heinlein, Dist. Supt. 

311 Walker Avenue 

Butler, Pa. 



Th« 



Pittsburgh 



District 



Mr. Maurice Emery, Dist. Treas. 
25 Franklin Street 
Warren, Pa. 



Rev. H. H. Marvin, Dist. Sec. 

670 Duncan Avenue 

Washington, Pa. 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

4643 No. Fifth Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
N. Y. P. S. President 
W. F. M. S. President 



Joseph Yoder 

Paul Kauffman 

Mrs. Mildred Carver 



Pastor 
Rev. Paul S. Cook 

909 West Butler Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Telephone Radcliff 8123 




Congratulations on 

The Mortgage-Burning 
of E.N. C. 

B. H. POCOCK 
Evangelist 

436 Franklin St., S.E. 
Warren, Ohio 



I am 100 per cent for E. N. C. 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

New Church Edifice 
Cor. Summer and Union Sts. 



AUBURN, MAINE 



REV. J. A. CRITES 
40 Summer St. 



Pastor 
Tel. 2006M 



'The Lord hath done great things for its whereof we are glad," Psa. 126: 3 

ROYERSFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

N. Y. P. S. Nelson G. Mink, Minister 

Glenn Eagle, President 
George Degler, Vice President 
Thehna Keeley, Secretary 
Richard Gumpert, Treasurer 



OUR HONOR ROLL 

Gold Star Member — 

Pvt. Samuel Schultz 
Died: 0-18-42 

Sgt. James I. Beideman, Jr., 

England 

Pvt. Warren Errington, Hawaii 

Francis P. Cook, Sl/c, Florida 

Pic. Ralph Donald Weiser, Va. 

Pvt. Joseph Bean, U. S. Army 

Pvt. Richard Gumpert, U. S. 
Army 





Pastor 
REV. E. E. YOUNG 

108-05 95th Avenue 
Virginia, 9-5734 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner of 108th Street and 95th Avenue 
Richmond Hill, New York 

WHERE YOU MAY BE A VISITOR, 

BUT NOT A STRANGER 








CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Rosemont, Ohio 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Supt. 
W. F. M. S. Pres. 



Mrs. Florence Thompson 
Mrs. Cora Hawn 



Pastor 

Rev. James Lester McClung 

R. D. 2 

Wadsworth, Ohio 



When in the vicinity of Stockdale, Pa. 
- visit - 

THE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Rev. Ralph G. Merritts, Pastor 



Compliments of the 
Sunday School and N. Y. P. S. 

THE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Springfield, Mass. 



Compliments of 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Sebring, Ohio 



Our church extends to every graduate its 
sincere congratulations. We feel that 
we have not only invested in the College, 
but in you; and we are confidently ex- 
pecting large spiritual returns from our 
investment. God bless you! 



Rev. Robert E. Mortensen 



Minister 



A WARM AND FRIENDLY WELCOME 

Awaits you at 

SHADYSIDE CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Our lovely church is situated near the 
street car line on State Route No. 7 in 
the Beautiful Ohio Valley, eight miles 
south of Wheeling. 

Worship With Us 

F. F. FREESE, Pastor 

HERMAN ARCHIBALD, S. S. Supt. 




"The Sunday Morning Carolers" 
of 



The First Church of the Nazarene 



West Newell and Cannon Streets 
Syracuse, New York 



SCHEDULE OF SERVICES 



SUNDAY 



8:30-9:00 A.M. Broadcast WOLF 

9:00 A.M. Class Meeting 

9:45 A.M. Church School 
10:45 A.M. Worship 

6:00 P.M. N. Y. P. S. Prayer Band 

6:30 P.M. Young Peoples 

7:30 P.M. Evangelistic Song Service and Message 
40 Minutes of Special Singing 
Solos, Duets, Trios, Quartettes, Choir 



WEDNESDAY 

7:45 P.M. 
THURSDAY 

1:30 P.M. 
FRIDAY 

7:45 P.M. 



Mid-week Prayer 



Ladies Prayer Band 



Young Peoples Cottage Meeting 



YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND 

A live Sunday School, where every teacher is consecrated to his 
task, where every officer works for a bigger and better school, and 
where the superintendent, a graduate of E. N. C, is boosting for 
the whole church and its program. 



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LISTEN IN 
To the "Nazarene Carolers." Hear Mr. Gould and his radio choir. Hear the 
Morning Star Ladies' Radio Quartette and Mr. Cecil Swordfager at the piano. 
The "Nazarene Carolers" radio program is now entering its fourth year of weekly 
presentations — group numbers, solos, duets, trios, and octette numbers! A 
lively half hour, and purely devotional! 



REV. ARTHUR W. GOULD, Minister 
REV. ELIZABETH CHOATE, 

Assistant Minister 



MR. D. W. FRY, S. S. Supt. 

Mrs. GEORGE PEARSON, W.F.M.S. Pres. 

MR. VERNON NEWMAN, N.Y.P.S. Pres. 



_ ^ ;B , i;;H , : Evangelist 


Compliments of 

FIRST CHURCH 


^3 EARL MILLION 


OF THE NAZARENE 

Euclid Ave. and Hampton St. 


d^" y m Box 95 


Trenton 


■IF Ji" - McDonald, Ohio 


Capital City of New Jersey 
Byron Harris Maybury, Minister 




Organized August 6, 1918 


In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall 
direct thy paths. Prov. 3-6 


IN MEMORIAM 




of 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


John Thomas Maybury 


Ernest V. Swarthout, Pastor 


1876 - 1929 


Church and Parsonage 


Fourteen years superintendent of 


62 Boyd Street 


Washington-Philadelphia District 


Watertown, N. Y. 


E. N. C. Trustee 1919-1929 



THE AVENUE ROAD CHURCH 




REV. CHARLES B. 

TEMPLETON 

MINISTER 
EXTENDS . . . 

BEST WISHES 

AND 

CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS 
OF '44 



TORONTO'S CENTER OF AGGRESSIVE EVANGELISM 



GREETINGS 

From the church that . . . 

— provides half the Ontario students 

— contributes more than any other On- 
tario church financially 

has the first Ontario E. N. C. graduate 

-IS FOR E.N.C. 100 PER CENT 

ST. CLAIR 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1227 St. Clair Ave. West 

Toronto, Ontario 

John E. Riley, M.A., Pastor 



l/Vctch Therefore; for ye Know not 
wfc«t hour Mour Lor4 do4K come. 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1604 Dougall Ave. 
Windsor, Ontario, Canada 

Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent William Muxworthy 



N. Y. P. S. President 
W. F. M. S. President 

Paul or 

Rev. J. H. MacGregor 

Dougall Road, Route 1 

Windsor, Ontario 



Miss Ruth Muxworthy 
Mrs. Laura MacGregor 



FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner Dean and Darlington 
West Chester, Pa. 

SERVICES 
Sunday 

Sunday School 
Morning Worship 
Youth Service 
Evangelistic Hour 



9:30 A.M. 
10:45 A.M. 
6:30 P.M. 
7:30 P.M. 
Wednesday 
7:45 P..M. 



Prayer Meeting 




Clifford E. Keys, Pastor 



West Somerville 

CHURCH t°h f e NAZARENE 



Elm and Russell Sts., West Somerville, Mass. 




Where Visitors Feel at Home and "Friend Holds Fellowship with Friend" 




J. 0. ALBRIGHT, Pastor 



Services 




Sunday Prayer Hour 


9 a.m. 


Sunday Bible School 


10 a.m. 


Morning Worship 


11 a.m. 


N. Y. P. S. Devotional 


6 p.m. 


Evangelistic Service 


7 p.m. 


Prayer and Praise, Friday 


7.30 p.m. 


W. F. M. S. Second Friday 


7.30 p.m. 


Parsonage 




82 Chandler Street 




Phone Prospect 4212 




When in Boston 




"Worship With Us" 





COMPLIMENTS OF 



Wollaston Church of the 
Nazarene 



"A church home for the Wollaston 
Community and College constituency'''' 



Rev. Samuel Young, Pastor 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



Warren, Pa. 
907 Perm Ave. East 




Sunday School Superintendent 
N. Y. P. S. President 
W. F. M. S. President 
Church Treasurer 



C. W. BLICK 

ROMAINE ERICKSON 

MRS. MAURICE EMERY 

MAURICE R. EMERY 



O. C. MINGLEDORFF, Minister 

905 Pennsylvania Avenue 

East Warren, Pa. 

Phone 196 




Warren, Ohio First Church 



Buckeye and Mulberry N.W. 



D. D. PALMER, Pastor 



Morning Worship, Sunday 10:45 A.M. 

Evangelistic Service, Sunday 7:30 P.M. 

Mid-Week Service, Thursday 7:30 P.M. 

Church Sunday School 9:30 A.M. 

Mother's Prayer League, Thursday 9:30 A.M. 



N. Y. P. S. —Hi N. Y. Juniors, 

Sunday 
Radio Program, Sunday 



6:30 P.M. 
9:30 P.M. 

7:30 P.M. 



Men's Prayer Band, Saturday 
"A CHURCH WHERE YOU ARE NEVER A STRANGER" 
One Block North of Route 82, West Market Street Buckeye and Mulberry (% mile from Court House) 

VISIT WITH US 



:- 




WILKINSBURG CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Pittsburgh District 



Sunday: 

9:45 A.M. 
11:00 A.M. 

6:45 P.M. 

7:45 P.M. 
Wednesday: 

7:45 P.M. 
Friday: 

7:45 P.M. 



SERVICES 

Church School 
Worship 
Youth Hour 
Evangelistic 

Prayer Meeting 

N. Y. P. S. Prayer Meeting 



W. F. MILLER 

Minister 

MRS. W. F. MILLER, 

W. F. M. S. President 

MRS. ELMER BLYSTONE, 

S. S. Superintendent 

MISS HARRIET HAINSEY 

N. Y. P. S. President 




WHEN YOU VISIT WASHINGTON 




Worship at 

The First Church of the Nazarene 

7th and A Streets, N.E. 

A sanctuary dedicated to the 
conservation and propagation 
of Scriptural Holiness. 



Tune in 



ERNEST E. GROSSE 

Minister 



"THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS" 

Over radio station WINX (1340 Kilo) 

Sunday mornings 9:05 to 9:35 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA 
DISTRICT 



ANNUAL DISTRICT MISSIONARY CONVENTION, AUGUST 1 
Mrs. Bessie Burger, District President 

ANNUAL SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION, AUGUST 1 
Rev. C. E. Keys, Chairman, District School Board 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT ASSEMBLY, AUG. 2 and 3 

ANNUAL N. Y. P. S. CONVENTION, AUGUST 4 
Rev. H. Leslie McKay, President 

ANNUAL DISTRICT CAMPMEETING, AUGUST 3 to 12 
Workers: T. M. Anderson, and Bona Fleming 

NOTICE: The office of District Superintendent of the Washington-Philadelphia 
District has been left vacant by the death of Rev. D. E. Higgs on 
January 25. Address all mail to Rev. E. E. Grosse, Secretary to the 
District Advisory Board. 



New England's Largest 



CHURCH AND CHURCH SCHOOL SUPPLY HOUSE 



Whittemore Associates, Inc. 

16 ASHBURTON PLACE, BOSTON, MASS. 

Telephone: CAPitol 6866 



BIBLES 



BOOKS 



CHURCH FURNITURE 



STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 



Congratulations 
from 

Youngstown, Ohio 
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 






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REV. H. G. PURKHISER 

Minister 



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Quality — 
Meats 




Groceries 

Baked Goods 


BOSTON MUSIC COMPANY 


ATLAS FOOD MART 


116 Boylston Street 


1508 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 


Boston, Mass. 


Courtesy of 
MR. LEWIS MATARAZZO 





COMPLIMENTS 

of 



BUILDER'S SPECIALTY COMPANY 



80 Holton Street, Brighton, Mass. 



Compliments of 



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Compliments of 

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624 Hancock Street 






Quincy, Mass. 


Compliments 


of... 


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A 


FRIEND 


For Your Printing 

jobs; patronize your 

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EDWARD DELL, Mgr. 



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Congratulations to 



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With an organization of men who 
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PHOTO-ENGRAVING 

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DONOVAN & SULLIVAN ENGRAVING CO. 
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Compliments of 



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ESTABLISHED 1890 

MEATS 



19-21-23 New Faneuil Hall Market 
BOSTON, MASS. 



Compliments of 



FROST COAL & OIL CO. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS of 1944 



GREYHOUND 




REPRESENTED BY 



L. E. GILLESPIE 

City Passenger Agent 



W. W. RESTRICK 

Campus Ticket Agent 



DUANE LUMBER COMPANY 

600 Southern Artery 
Quincy, Mass. 



GOME'S 
FISH and CHIPS 

Hancock Street 
Wollaston 



HOOD'S 
MILK 



Is served in more 
New England Hos- 
pitals, Schools and 
Institutes than any 
other kind. 



'NATURE'S FOOD AT ITS BEST" 



Telephone GRAnite 0571 



Residence: PREsident 6754 



HARDING WELDING COMPANY 

Electric and Acetylene Welding- 
Heaters, Boilers, Machinery, etc. 
- Portable Equipment - 

8 Brooks Avenue Quincy, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 


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A WALTHAM FRIEND 


HANCOCK PAINTS 


Compliments oj 


LINCOLN PHARMACY 


RACHEL'S 




Dry Cleaning and Pressing 


ENC's most popular 
Drugstore 




WHEN IN NEED OF . . . 




Hardware Packard Paints 


MERRYMOUNT LAUNDRY 


Kitchen ware Wall Paper 
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"Bundles of Satisfaction" 






Cal GRAnite 0041 


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J. MacFARLAND & SONS 




9 Brook Street Wollaston, Mass. 



NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 

BOSTON 15, MASSACHUSETTS 

Offers day and evening college courses for men and women. 
LIBERAL ARTS 

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Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental and Pre-Legal Programs 

Co-operative and Full-time Plans Available 

Appropriate degrees conferred. 

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Address 

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Imported and Domestic 




Fruits and Vegetables 


PATTERSON'S FLOWER SHOP 


for 


ELSIE M. PATTERSON, Prop. 


HOTELS - CLUBS - INSTITUTIONS 
RESTAURANTS 




41 N. Market St. Boston, Mass. 
LAFayette 1225-1226 


1283 HANCOCK ST. QUINCY, MASS. 


Compliments of 




Pettengill's Jewelry Store 


Pay and Take Furniture Co. 


7-11 COTTAGE AVENUE 


15 Billings Road 


OUINCY, MASS. 


Norfolk Downs, Mass. 


Tel. PRE. 6250 Opp. Sheridan's 





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Special Discount Rates to all Students of E. N.C. 



Compli?nents oj 



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Real Estate /? Insurance 

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REALTORS 

23 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Tel. GRAnite 3900 Res. GRAnite 7030 



MACHINES SOLD ON BUDGET PLAN 

OUINCY TYPEWRITER 
SERVICE 

Typewriters - Adding Machines 
and Supplies 

SOLD - RENTED - REPAIRED 

One Maple Street Qiiincy, Mass. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '44 

— from — 
REMICK'S 



Compliments of . . 



RIVAL FOODS, Inc. 



MR. M. R. BARKLEY 



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Funeral Home 



TWO FUNERAL HOMES 

644 Hancock Street Wollaston 

21 Franklin Street South Qiiincy 

GRAnite 7423 
Service that Serves and Saves 



BEST WISHES 

TO CLASS OF 1944 

EUelidaM^l 

QUINCY'S FASHION CENTER 



Compliments of 



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Stop at TALBOT - QUINCY . . . 

It will pay you to see 
the best values in Quincy 



Men's and Young Men's Suits 

Talbot-Quincy Co. 

1387 HANCOCK ST. QUINCY 



ROGER'S JEWELRY CO. 

Quincy Square 
Quincy, Mass. 



Compliments of 



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Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 




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WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION 
CAMPAIGN AWARD 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

213 Market Street 
Marietta, Ohio 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
W.F.M.S. President 
Church Treasurer 



G. W. Gorrell 

Mrs. Doris DeLong 

Mrs. Ethel Sprague 

Mrs. Mazie Swallow 



Minister 

Mrs. Sadie M. Hall 

213 Market Street 

Marietta, Ohio 

Tel.: 656-W 



W INNER 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Bethesda, Ohio 



Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent Howard Griffin 

N. Y.P.S. President Mrs. A. D. Sampson 

W.F.M.S. President Miss M. Bollinger 

Church Treasurer Mrs. M. Bollinger 



Minister 

Rev. Anthony B. Sampson 

Box 122 

Bethesda, Ohio 



WINNER 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Wadsworth, Ohio 



Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent Taylor Dawson 

N.Y.P.S. President Kenneth Lillibridge 

W.F.M.S. President Mrs. P. L. Roach 

Church Treasurer E. E. Taylor 



Minister 

Rev. Fletcher C. McPeek 
120 Aubie Street 
Wadsworth, Ohio 



WINNER 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Warwick, Ohio 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
N.V.P.S. President 
W.F.M.S. President 
Church Treasurer 



Ross Turner 

Eldus Fox 

Mrs. Helen Walsh 

Ross Turner 



Minister 

Rev. Carlton D. Jones 

7 State Street, N.E. 

Massillon, Ohio 



WINNER 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

622 Boyd Street 
Watertown, New York 



Morning Worship 

Evening Evangelistic 

Sunday School 

Midweek Service (Wednesday) 



11.00 a.m. 

7.30 p.m. 
10.00 a.m. 

7.30 p.m. 



"A Friendly Church with a Vital 
Message of Full Salvation" 

Rev. Ernest V. Swarthout, Minister 



WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION 
CAMPAIGN AWARD 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

281 Washington Avenue 
Albany, New York 

Congratulations to the Class of 1944! 



Renard D. Smith, Minister 



WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION 
CAMPAIGN AWARD 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



First Street 
Lowell, Massachusetts 



Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1944 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
W.F.M.S. President 
Church Treasurer 



Cephas Douglas 

Evelyn Rich 

Mrs. E. G. Lusk 

Mrs. Warren La hue 




Minister 

Rev. E. G. Lusk 

247 Beacon Street 
Lowell, Massachusetts 



WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION 
CAMPAIGN AWARD 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Waterville, Vermont 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
W.F.M.S. President 
N.V.P.S. President 



Arthur Lovejoy 

Mrs. E. R. Bradley 

Gwendolyn Mann 



Minister 
Ernest R. Bradley 



WINNER 


WINNER 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


182 Union Street 


2 Granville Avenue 


Franklin, Massachusetts 


Danbury, Connecticut 




Church Officers 


CONGRATULATIONS . . . 


Sunday School Superintendent Mrs. Emma Mitchell 


Eastern Nazarene College 


W.F.M.S. President Miss Gladys Temple 




Minister 


Minister 


Rev. Mrs. Lillie Henderson 


Mrs. H. C. Joyce 


4 Granville Avenue 


182 Union Street 


Danbury, Connecticut 


Franklin, Mass. 


Phone: 3251-W 



WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION CAMPAIGN AWARD 




FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

Ocean Ave. and Garfield PI. 
East Rockaway, New York 



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10.00 a.m. 


Sunday School 


km ' } ' 


11.00 a.m. 
7.00 p.m. 
7.45 p.m. 


Morning Worship 
N. Y. P. S. 
Evangelistic Service 


^"^HP^ 


7.45 p.m. 


Mid-week Service, Wednesday 


CLAUDE W. JONES 

Pastor 







"When on Long Island, worship with us" 




WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION 
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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

146 Main Street 
Norwalk, Connecticut 

Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent Samuel Mott 

N.Y.P.S. President Miss Jean Suppa 

W.F.M.S. President Miss Lydia Anderson 

Minister 

Rev. Alfred Anderson 

146 Main Street 

Norwalk, Connecticut 

Phone: 6-6847 



WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION 
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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Essex Street near Washington 
Corry, Pennsylvania 

Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent C. M. Bailey 

N.Y.P.S. President Paul Righy 

W.F.M.S. President Mrs. C. M. Bailey 

Church Treasurer Louis Hebets 

Minister 

Rev. Russell R. Merriman 

316 Worth Street 
Corry, Pennsylvania 



WINNER OF DEBT ELIMINATION 
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CONGRATULATIONS TO EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE FOR 



. Mortgage Burning 



. . . Membership in New England Association 
of Colleges and Secondary Schools 

... A Grand Graduating Class 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



Rev. L. E. Eckley 

District Superintendent 



Note: See church section for Classified Ad 



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CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



1604 Dougall Avenue 

Windsor, Ontario 

Canada 



CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1944! 



Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent William Muxworthy 

N.Y.P.S. President Miss Ruth Muxworthy 

W.F.M.S. President Mrs. Laura MacGregor 



Minister 

Rev. J. H. MacGregor 
Dougall Road, Route 1 
Windsor, Ontario 
Canada 



WINNER 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Duke and Lowther Sts. 

Preston, Ontario 

Canada 



Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
W.F.M.S. President 



Mrs. G. Ariss 
Mrs. George Ayres 



Minister 



WINNER 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

556 Third Avenue 
Freedom, Pennsylvania 

Church Officers 

Sunday School Superintendent Mrs. Leona Hamilton 

N.Y.P.S. President David Hamilton 

W.F.M.S. President Mrs. Norman Caplinger 

Church Treasurer David Hamilton 



Minister 

Rev. Harold S. Mills 

253 Third Avenue 

Freedom, Pennsylvania 

Phone: Rochester 3566-J 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Dean and Darlington Sts. 
West Chester, Pennsylvania 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
W.F.M.S. President 



Emmor Worth 

William Todd 

Mrs. C. E. Keys 



Minister 

Clifford E. Keys 

202 Dean Street 

West Chester, Pennsylvania 

Phone: 1286 



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First Church of the Nazarene 



7th and A Sts., N.E. 
Washington, D. C. 



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A 

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FROM 
THE NATION'S CAPITOL 



Rev. Ernest E. Gross 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
W.F.M.S. President 



Paul Stevenson 

Lawrence Golden 

Anna Hyatt 



Minister 
3311 Gainsville St., S.E. 
HILLCREST 
Washington, D. C. 

Phone: Atlantic 3923 



WINNER 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Union and Frazier Sts. 
Smyrna, Delaware 



Church Officers 



Sunday School Superintendent 
W.F.M.S. President 



Mrs. Irma Gardner 
Mrs. Daisy Cox 



Minister 

Rev. J. W. Parkins 

Union Street 
Smyrna, Delaware 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

7 Jackson Street 
Lowville, New York 



Services 

Sunday School 10.00 a.m. 

Morning Worship 11.00 a.m. 

N.Y.P.S. and Junior's 6.45 p.m. 

Evangelistic Service 7.30 p.m. 

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7.30 p.m. 



Minister 
Rev. Walter S. MacPherson 



CAMPAIGN AWARDS WERE GRANTED TO CHURCHES OF THE EASTERN 
EDUCATIONAL ZONE WHICH WERE FIRST TO PAY NINETY PER CENT OF 
THEIR DEBT ELIMINATION CAMPAIGN PLEDGES BY APRIL 1, 1944. THESE 
AWARDS WERE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE COURTESY OF EASTERN 

NAZARENE COLLEGE. 



All visitors will find a warm welcome awaiting them in our Nazarene Churches of the 

Eastern Educational Zone. 



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